History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Evolution and science

June 14th, 2015 · No Comments

My point, as in many prior posts, is that evolutionary theory doesn’t have scientific status at this point. And scientists can’t seem to either realize this or repair the situation.
The reason why is obvious, but repressed: Kant figured it out, next to Hume who also sensed the problem more or less.
Scientists are assuming that the whole of reality will submit to science, and that biology is merely a pushover on the way to this greater glory. But the stubborn reality is that physics reasoning no longer works for evolutionism. That explains why ‘natural selection’ is the source of so much confusion: in the hopes for a ‘law of evolution’ natural selection, which flunks the ‘causal framework test’, or ‘principle of sufficient reason’, is so fetishized even as it proposes an absurdity of random chance taking the place of the ‘causal framework’.

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