Darwinism and Critical Theory — The Connection

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"Strange that it may seem, Darwin plays a central role in this drama. Karl Marx himself credited Darwin with much of his basic insight into human history." Source
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Avi Loeb: “Nature Does Not Produce Such Things”

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Loeb describes his journey to a radical position on the strange interstellar visitor that’s been dubbed 'Oumuamua. Source
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From Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Advice for Intelligent Design Dissidents

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Solzhenitsyn’s basic advice is simply not to participate with lies, and to refuse to speak what one does not believe. It’s unnervingly relevant counsel. Source
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ID by Another Name? Astronomer Says 50 Percent Chance We’re Living in Computer Simulation

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Of course, an 80 percent chance that we live in an intelligently design world compares favorably with only a 50 percent chance. Source
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Andrew Sullivan, Meet Richard Sternberg

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This is another illustration of what Michael Egnor and others have said: intelligent design was the “canary in the coal mine” when it comes to cancel culture. Source
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Darwinism Paved the Way to Our Perilous Cultural Moment

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The year so far has delivered a stunning lesson in the fragility of freedom and of civilization. Source
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A College Student Gets Educated on Darwinian “Morality”

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The student, who attends a public university, is worried about how this kind of indoctrination bodes for the future. I am too. Source
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Bari Weiss Knows What ID Scientists Already Knew

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Advocates of intelligent design have experienced the lengths to which upholders of the “predetermined narrative” will go to punish dissent. Source
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Michael Egnor Shows You’re Not a Meat Robot

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From June 16-30, we are holding an Intelligent Design YouTube Festival by highlighting 15 Center for Science & Culture YouTube videos that have received more than 100,000 views each. Here is video #12. It’s an episode of “Science Uprising” that tackles the mind-brain debate and features neurosurgeon Michael Egnor. If you’d like us to create more videos like this one, please consider becoming one of our “movie producers” by donating to our video production fund. The post Michael Egnor Shows You’re Not a Meat Robot appeared first on Evolution News.
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