Darwin's House of Cards: A Journalist's Odyssey Through the Darwin Debates

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Discovery Institute Press, Dec 21, 2016 - Science - 293 pages
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In this provocative history of contemporary debates over evolution, veteran journalist Tom Bethell depicts Darwin's theory as a nineteenth-century idea past its prime, propped up by logical fallacies, bogus claims, and empirical evidence that is all but disintegrating under an onslaught of new scientific discoveries. Bethell presents a concise yet wide-ranging tour of the flash points of modern evolutionary theory, investigating controversies over common descent, natural selection, the fossil record, biogeography, information theory, evolutionary psychology, artificial intelligence, and the growing intelligent design movement. Bethell's account is enriched by his own personal encounters with of some of our era's leading scientists and thinkers, including Harvard biologists Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin; British paleontologist Colin Patterson; and renowned philosopher of science Karl Popper.

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A nice book from a brilliant mind that shows how Darwinism depends on authority instead of logic and evidence , the book also postulates the leap of faith required for one to accept such a ridiculous theory.

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