History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Science losing its chance to be a replacement for religion

November 8th, 2013 · No Comments

The attempt to create clarity on Darwinism, and lately the issue of Wallace, is turning into an upsetting realization that the age of Big Science is going to bungle the job of creating a robust secularism. What is wrong here, as the principle of scientific method is cashiered to promote ideology?

It is hard to answer the question, but if we study the early modern we can easily see the problem, and why it is true that science was never intended for this job: it is a complex that emerges in parallel with a host of other things, and making science fundamentalism the key to modernism fails immediately.
The question of religion is complex, and it doesn’t follow that religion should become an arbiter of science: that is confusing the issue still more.
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