Sunday, January 27, 2008


Jerry Fodor in The Philosopher's Magazine

Interviewed in the current edition of The Philosopher's Magazine, which introduces him as 'one of the leading philosophers of mind and language in the world today', Jerry Fodor states:

'I think the standard Darwinist story, according to which natural selection is the mechanism of evolution, has serious internal and external problems.'
(The Philosopher's Magazine, Issue 40, 1st quarter 2008, p. 40.)

This follows his article criticising adaptationalism, 'Why pigs don't have wings', in the London Review of Books last year (I blogged on the article here).

Perhaps Fodor should sign the Dissent From Darwinism List?!

Sunday, January 20, 2008


Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

UCCF's website have just re-published my article on atheist Lewis Wolpert:

'Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast'

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