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Darwinism, science or philosophy? : proceedings of a symposium entitled "Darwinism, scientific inference or philosophical preference?" : held on the Southern Methodist University campus in Dallas, Texas, March 26-28, 1992

Author: Jon Buell; Virginia Hearn; Foundation for Thought and Ethics.; Dallas Christian Leadership.; C.S. Lewis Fellowship.
Publisher: Richardson, Tex. : Foundation for Thought and Ethics, ©1994.
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Darwinism, science or philosophy?
Richardson, Tex. : Foundation for Thought and Ethics, ©1994
(OCoLC)608586568
Online version:
Darwinism, science or philosophy?
Richardson, Tex. : Foundation for Thought and Ethics, ©1994
(OCoLC)622759646
Named Person: Charles Darwin; Charles Darwin
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Buell; Virginia Hearn; Foundation for Thought and Ethics.; Dallas Christian Leadership.; C.S. Lewis Fellowship.
ISBN: 0964210401 9780964210400
OCLC Number: 31602282
Notes: "Sponsored by the Foundation for Thought and Ethics, Dallas Christian Leadership, and the C.S. Lewis Fellowship."
Description: vii, 229 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Darwinism's rules of reasoning / Phillip E. Johnson --
Philosophical preference, scientific inference, and good research strategy / Michael Ruse --
Response to Michael Ruse : laws, causes, and facts / Stephen C. Meyer --
Darwinism and theism / Phillip E. Johnson --
Theism and Darwinism : can you serve two masters at the same time? / Michael Ruse --
Experimental support for regarding functional classes of proteins to be highly isolated from each other / Michael J. Behe --
Response to Michael J. Behe / Leslie K. Johnson --
Reply to Leslie K. Johnson / Michael J. Behe --
The incompleteness of scientific naturalism / William A. Dembski --
Response to William A. Dembski / K. John Morrow, Jr. --
Radical intersubjectivity : why naturalism is an assumption necessary for doing science / Frederick Grinnell --
Response to Frederick Grinnell / Peter van Inwagen --
How incomplete is the fossil record? / Leslie K. Johnson --
Response to Leslie K. Johnson : evolution as history and the history of evolution / David L. Wilcox. Teleological principles in biology : the lesson of immunology / K. John Morrow, Jr. --
Response to K. John Morrow, Jr. / Michael J. Behe --
Reply to Michael J. Behe / K. John Morrow, Jr. --
X does not entail Y : the rhetorical uses of conflating levels of logic / Arthur M. Shapiro --
Response to Arthur M. Shapiro : X does implicate Y : implication and entailment in the creation-evolution debate / William A. Dembski --
Reply to William A. Dembski : X and Y and Bob and Al and Ted and Carol and Alice / Arthur M. Shapiro --
Doubts about Darwinism / Peter van Inwagen --
Response to Peter van Inwagen : the problem of language / Frederick Grinnell --
A blindfolded watchmaker : the arrival of the fittest / David L. Wilcox --
Response to David L. Wilcox : Darwin twisting in the wind / Arthur M. Shapiro --
Reply to Arthur M. Shapiro : tamed tornadoes / David L. Wilcox.
Responsibility: editors Jon Buell and Virginia Hearn.

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