Elliot Sober has a new book coming out this year, Evidence and Evolution; The Logic Behind the Science. The book is divided into four sections: The Concept of Evidence, Intelligent Design, Natural Selection, and Common Ancestry. Below are the contents of the section on ID:
Darwin and intelligent design Design arguments and the birth of probability theory William Paley: The stone, the watch, and the eye From probabilities to likelihoods Epicureanism and Darwin’s theory Three reactions to Paley’s design argument The no-designer-worth-his-salt objection to the hypothesis of intelligent design Popper’s criterion of falsifiability Sharpening the likelihood argument The principle of total evidence Some strengths of the likelihood formulation of the design argument The Achilles heel of the likelihood argument Paley’s stone Testability The relationship of the organismic design argument to Darwinism The relationship of Paley’s design argument to contemporary intelligent-design theory The relationship of the design argument to the argument from evil The design argument as an inductive sampling argument Model selection and intelligent design The politics and legal status of the intelligent-design hypothesis Darwinism, theism, and religion A prediction
Looks like eighty pages of fun that will have the hacks over at the Discovery Institute foaming at the mouth and stamping their little feet. It’s available for pre-order over at Amazon.
DARWINISM AND ATHEISM: UNSCIENTIFIC AND MYTHICAL
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