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Where does Darwin's argument from the Origin of Species fit into th...
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Publish-date-icon March 19, 2007
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On this episode of ID The Future CSC senior fellow and biologist Paul Nelson argues that regardless of court orders banning discussion of intelligent design, given the history and structure of evolutionary theory, philosophical issues related to design in nature will come up in the classroom. In science classrooms today the allowed scientific playing field is multidimensional. There is the empirical axis, or observational information, and the analytical axis, truth of mathematics and logic. Where then does Darwin's argument from the Origin of Species fit into the classroom?

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