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The design of life : discovering signs of intelligence in biological systems

Author: William A Dembski; Jonathan Wells, Ph. D.
Publisher: Dallas. : Foundation for Thought and Ethics, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As an ardent proponent of Darwinian evolution, Richard Dawkins imagines that all design in biology is merely an illusion. By contrast, this book shows that biologists use the assumption of design with success precisely because design in biology is not an illusion but real. In this book, William Dembski and Jonathan Wells present a compelling scientific case for the intelligent design of biological systems. --from  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William A Dembski; Jonathan Wells, Ph. D.
ISBN: 0980021308 9780980021301
OCLC Number: 183624199
Notes: CD-ROM contains PDF of general notes on the text.
Description: xxi, 339 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM
Contents: Human origins --
Genetics and macroevolution --
The fossil record --
The origin of species --
Similar features --
Irreducible complexity --
Specified complexity --
The origin of life --
Epilogue: The "Inherit the wind" stereotype.
Responsibility: William A. Dembski, Jonathan Wells ; edited by William A. Dembski.
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Present a scientific case for the intelligent design of biological systems. This title shows that the reason biologists use the assumption of design with success is because design is not an illusion  Read more...

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