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The main topics summarized in this walkthrough are considered chronologically as they developed: the epistemological demonstration that the Darwinian theory was not a narrative, or inferior, kind of science but a full-fledged, consilient research programme founded on genetics early s ; the history of teleology in biological thought mids ; the sociobiology controversy late s ; the so-called debunking argument and the is-ought fallacy early s. Michael Ruse is Lucyle T. His teaching career so far spans 55 years. A philosopher of science, Ruse specializes in the philosophy of biology and the relationship between science and religion. His focus includes the creation—evolution controversy, and the demarcation problem within science.
The Darwinian Revolution
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Access options available:. In sum, Eccles's argument seems to be 1 that his brain-mind theory is closer to the truth than any other; 2 that ifit is true, then there is evidence from which one might make at least a plausible inference to a supernatural creation of the soul; and 3 these two provide backing for a view of human life which will be a bulwark against statism. One wonders what happens to 2 and 3 if 1 turns out to be false, or the extent to which the defense of 1 is colored by convictions about 2 and 3. For a theologian this book is worthy of study even if Eccles's argument by anticipation is not persuasive. The religious effect of the book is caused not so much by its argument as by the story it tells of the development of life.
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
According to the standard interpretation, the principle of survival of the fittest has rendered human behavior, including moral behavior, ultimately selfish. In this collection of essays, Robert J. Richards argues that this orthodox view is wrongheaded. A close historical examination reveals that Darwin, in more traditional fashion, constructed nature with a moral spine and provided it with a goal: man as a moral creature. Was Hitler a Darwinian? Robert J.
James R. Moore, Michael Ruse. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Sign In or Create an Account.
The book The Darwinian Revolution: Science Red in Tooth and Claw, Michael Ruse is published by University of Chicago Press.
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
Traditional logical empiricist and more recent historicist positions on the logic of discovery are briefly reviewed and both are found wanting. None have examined the historical detail now available from recent research on Darwin, from which there is evidence for gradual transition in descriptive and explanatory concepts. This episode also shows that revolutionary research can be directed by borrowed metascientific objectives and heuristics from other disciplines.
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