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Certifying self-publication as evidence of independent perspective

July 17th, 2014 · No Comments


The previous post today on the venues to ‘guerilla publishing’ prompt a recitation of Descent of Man Revisited, which contains all the foundational materials needed for writers to reevaluate their stance on darwinism. Public views on evolution are one of the most ideologically defended venues of propaganda in the entire universe of social discourse. Few authors would dare to criticize this theory, unless, in the exception that proves the rule, they can tailor their books to the Intelligent Design framework and its publishers in the religious right.
People criticize self-published works but the reality is that the mainstream and especially academic publishing spheres are an immense vanity press milieu in which the self-censor author gets a boobyprize pub contract if he toes the line on various questions.

It is hard to fathom this situation: the entire universe of the university presses on evolution is a sterile ideological closed system of conformity to darwinism, very recently exceptions like the books of Fodor and Nagel showing this to be very much the case.

Descent of Man Revisited pegged at the cheapest level possible for a book with this number of pages (and now available online free) is certified as thus self-published: the change in perspective is immense. The result is controversial and still to strange for the majority still brainwashed by the Darwin Industry, but the book contains a systematic collation of materials, references, and discussions showing the way beyond the paradigm of darwinism. Many still find the basic historical orientation too strange for easy comprehension, but in minimal format the argument shows how darwinian views on random evolution fail completely, whether or not you agree with all the other issues in DMR.

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