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Case Closed: Guillermo Dekat Reviews Science's Blind Spot
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Publish-date-icon July 27, 2007
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In today’s episode of ID The Future, CSC legal intern Guillermo Dekat reviews Cornelius G. Hunter’s new book Science’s Blind Spot. In law, Dekat explains, people harmed by a product are entitled to damages if they can prove the product is defective. If dogmatic science is a product under investigation, he continues, then Hunter’s work in Blind Spot proves its defects. Dekat charts Hunter’s arguments about science’s "theological naturalism," and provides an overview of the other points made by the author.

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