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Friday, February 15, 2013


Erewhon: The 1872 Fantasy Novel that Anticipated Thomas Nagel's Problems with Darwinism Today

This book review comes from Terry and contains the following paragraph:

Nagel's argument is that the mechanics of natural selection can't answer one of the most crucial questions of our existence: how living, reasoning creatures emerged from insensate matter. Although he himself is an atheist, Nagel says he shares the theists' conviction that the appearance of such creatures strongly suggests that the universe has, from the beginning, evolved teleologically, meaning it's moving purposively, toward ever-higher levels of consciousness.

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