Intelligently Designed Errors
|March 26, 2017||Posted by johnnyb under Informatics, Intelligent Design, Naturalism|
The first video release from the AM-Nat Biology conference is now available! In this video, Salvador Cordova talks about the possibility that many things that are commonly considered errors in biology actually have identifiable purposes. Cordova confronts what is both a theological and a scientific critique of design, and shows its limitations.
As Sal points out at the beginning of this video, this talk was a special request of mine. Sal has posted on these topics here on UD, but I thought they got less attention than they should, as I think they are really important concepts.
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