eonic effects…evolution, the divide and the birth of evolution…Lamarck, the teleomechanists 

For a student of the eonic effect it is strangely ironic that just at the divide ca. 1800 the theory of evolution is born, and in the right key as the issue of teleology, banished at the dawn of modern physics in the revolt against Aristotle, resurfaces at the dawn of modern biology. The whole … Continue reading eonic effects…evolution, the divide and the birth of evolution…Lamarck, the teleomechanists 

The eonic effect and darwinian evolution: overcoming an ideological mindset 

The strangest aspect of darwinism is the tenacity of the ‘experts’ in promoting it ad infinitum even as dissent emerges in the background, essentially falsifying the theory. Source: The eonic effect and darwinian evolution: overcoming an ideological mindset – Darwiniana

Evolution and the eonic effect: confusions of ID

https://darwiniana.com/?s=evolution+Bennett In the wake of a new article critiquing Darwin and citing the ID group we might reference our huge number of posts on the issue, starting with J.G.Bennett’s engaging perspective, one of which I am critical but which actually finds a new approach to the question. Bennett’s work is provocative because it suggests something … Continue reading Evolution and the eonic effect: confusions of ID