Archives for November, 2006

Myers 1, Cordova/McGrew 0

I have two more installments planned for my Dawkins series, but I think I will hold them over to next week. Instead we really must pause to consider the latest example of mind-boggling ID sleaziness. The story begins with Tim McGrew, a philosopher at Western Michigan University. In the comments section to this blog entry,…

Easterbrook on Dawkins

Next up is Gregg Easterbrook’s review of Dawkins. Overall the review was a pleasant surprise. Given Easterbrook’s track record, I would have expected a barely coherent anti-Dawkins tirade. Actually the review is pretty thoughtful, and I agree with some of what he has to say. But I also have a few disagreements. So let’s get…

Holt on Dawkins

Jim Holt wrote the review of The God Delusion for The New York Times. He is described as a regular contributor to the New Yorker and the The New York Times Magazine, and is apparently working on a book on the puzzle of existence. The review has a few good points to make, but mostly…