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Near Fine. The Intelligent Design Movement is making both social and scientific inroads into the established "religion" of our culture--scientific naturalism. At its core is a group of professionals and academics who are skeptical of Darwinian macroevolution. The "Darwinian paradigm crisis" that is emerging is of critical importance because it raises questions about the origins of life and probes the deepest levels of what it means to be human. Doubts about Darwin presents a historical study of the rapid emergence of this movement by tracing key events, personalities, and sociocultural factors. Author Thomas Woodward poses the crucial question: How do scientists (and the public at large) come to be persuaded that they are in possession of solid scientific knowledge, and what effect do their "stories" have on their beliefs? Paperback. Near fine condition. Previous owner's name written on Commendation page. There is no other writing in the book. 303pp., index. Full refund if not satisfied.
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