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Darwinism: Scientific Inference or Philosophical Preference?
Dallas, Texas - March, 1992


Darwinism's Rules of Reasoning
 
Darwinism: Philosophical Preference, Scientific Inference, and Good Research Strategy
 
Laws, Causes, and Facts - Response to Michael Ruse
 
Darwinism and Theism
 
Theism and Darwinism: Can You Serve Two Masters at the Same Time?
 
Experimental Support for Regarding Functional Classes of Proteins to Be Highly Isolated from Each Other
 
The Process, Described Properly, Generates Complexity in Good Time
 
Reply to Leslie K. Johnson
 
The Incompleteness of Scientific Naturalism
 
Response to William A. Dembski
 
Radical Intersubjectivity: Why Naturalism is an Assumption Necessary for Doing Science
 
Response to Frederick Grinnell
 
How Incomplete Is the Fossil Record?
 
Response to Leslie K. Johnson - Evolution as History and the History of Evolution
 
Teleological Principles in Biology: The Lesson of Immunology
 
Response to K. John Morrow, Jr.
 
Reply to Michael J. Behe
 
X Does Not Entail Y - The Rhetorical Uses of Conflating Levels of Logic
 
Response to Arthur M. Shapiro - X Does implicate Y: implication and Entailment in the Creation-Evolution Debate
 
Reply to William A. Dembski - X and Y and Bob and Al and Ted and Carol and Alice
 
Doubts About Darwinism
 
Response to Peter van Inwagen - The Problem of Language
 
A Blindfolded Watchmaker: The Arrival of the Fittest
 
Response to David L. Wilcox - Darwin Twisting in the Wind
 
Reply to Arthur M. Shapiro - Tamed Tornadoes
 

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