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Intelligent Design, Science, and Kitzmiller: Steve Fuller on Natura...
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Publish-date-icon September 26, 2008
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This episode of ID the Future features Casey Luskin's third and final interview with Dr. Steve Fuller, professor of sociology at University of Warwick. Here Fuller discusses his role as an expert witness in the Kitzmiller v. Dover trial, where he rebutted the claim that science is committed to naturalism.

Fuller shares how his interest in intelligent design grew out of his research as a historian and philosopher of science into the "demarcation problem" — what is the difference between science and non-science? Open about his personal background as a secular humanist, Fuller's defense of intelligent design as science is robust and thought-provoking. Listen in as he explains why the progress of science is dependent on people who are willing and able to think outside the box of naturalism.

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