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intelligentdesign

Intelligent Design, Creationism and Evolution in Denmark and the rest of the world


Er ID Naturvidenskab

Her er samlet de vigtigste argumenter og debatindlæg for og imod ID som naturvidenskab.

Det hele står og falder med hvordan man definerer naturvidenskab.
Hvis man holder sig til den almindelige - noget løse - definition, er det væsentlige i denne sammenhæng spørgsmålet om naturalisme: den idé at man i videst muligt omfang skal søge efter forklaringer, der ikke henviser til noget man ikke kan iagttage. Derudover er det vigtigste at man skal kunne teste en videnskabelig teori. Det kan man gøre på to måder: dens evne til at komme forudsigelser af nye fænomner, og dens even til at beskrive observationer der vil falsificere teorien.
Om ID falder på det første krav er en smagssag. Nogle vil hævde at ID forudsiger Irreducible kompleksiteter, andre at det har man aldrig gjort i praksis. Det andet krav er mere problematisk. Jeg har endnu ikke set nogen forsøge at falsificere ID.
Se en detaljeret gennemgang af argumenter i 'For og imod ID'

Michael Shermer har en pudsig beskrivelse: Videnskab starter med et hul - noget vi ikke kan forstå, og som vi så forsøger at forklare. ID slutter ved et hul - Noget vi ikke kan forstå og derfor henviser til Designeren.

Under Dover-sagen blev der fremlagt følgende artikler og bøger til støtte for ID. Jeg har endnu ikke undersøgt hvordan de blev kommenteret under sagen, eller hvordan de er blevet modtaget i øvrigt. Jeg kender heller ikke deres indhold. det må komme senere.

Stephen Meyer, “The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories” Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 117(2004):213-239.
(Denne artikel er trukket tilbage og kan derfor ikke citeres i videnskabelig litteratur)

Lönnig, W.-E. Dynamic genomes, morphological stasis and the origin of irreducible complexity, Dynamical Genetics, Pp. 101-119.

Jonathan Wells, “Do Centrioles Generate a Polar Ejection Force? Rivista di Biologia/Biology Forum 98 (2005): 37-62.

Scott Minnich and Stephen C. Meyer, “Genetic Analysis of Coordinate Flagellar and Type III Regulatory Circuits,” Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Design & Nature, Rhodes Greece, edited by M.W. Collins and C.A. Brebbia (WIT Press, 2004).

W.A. Dembski, The Design Inference: Eliminating Chance through Small Probabilities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998).

Michael Behe, Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution (The Free Press, 1996).

Charles B. Thaxton, Walter L. Bradley, Roger L. Olsen, The Mystery of Life’s Origin: Reassessing Current Theories (Philosophical Library, 1984, Lewis & Stanley, 4th ed., 1992).

John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, Darwinism, Design, & Public Education (Michigan State University Press, 2003)

Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards, The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos is Designed for Discovery (Regnery Publishing, 2004).

William Dembski, No Free Lunch: Why Specified Complexity Cannot be Purchased without Intelligence (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2002).

Michael Denton, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis (Adler & Adler, 1985).

M.J. Behe and D.W. Snoke, “Simulating Evolution by Gene Duplication of Protein Features That Require Multiple Amino Acid Residues,” Protein Science, 13 (2004): 2651-2664.

W.-E. Lönnig & H. Saedler, “Chromosome Rearrangements and Transposable Elements,” Annual Review of Genetics, 36 (2002): 389-410.

D.K.Y. Chiu & T.H. Lui, “Integrated Use of Multiple Interdependent Patterns for Biomolecular Sequence Analysis,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems, 4(3) (September 2002): 766-775.

M.J. Denton & J.C. Marshall, “The Laws of Form Revisited,” Nature, 410 (22 March 2001): 417.I.

M.J. Denton, J.C. Marshall & M. Legge, (2002) “The Protein Folds as Platonic Forms: New Support for the pre-Darwinian Conception of Evolution by Natural Law,” Journal of Theoretical Biology 219 (2002): 325-342.

Five science articles from Darwinism, Design, & Public Education, editedby John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer (Michigan State UniversityPress, 2003) (hereinafter DDPE):

Genetics by V. Parisi, V. de Fonzo & F. Aluffi-Pentini, eds.,(Research Signpost, 2004) Meyer, S. C. DNA and the origin of life: Information, specification and explanation, DDPE Pp. 223-285.

Behe, M. J., Design in the details: The origin of biomolecular machines. DDPE Pp. 287-302

Nelson, P. & J. Wells, Homology in biology: Problem for naturalistic science and prospect for intelligent design, DDPE, Pp. 303-322.

Meyer, S. C., Ross, M., Nelson, P. & P. Chien, The Cambrian explosion: biology’s big bang, DDPE, Pp. 323-402.

Dembski, W.A., Reinstating design within science, DDPE, Pp. 403-418.

Four science articles from W. A. Dembski & M. Ruse, eds., DEBATING DESIGN: FROM DARWIN TO DNA (Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, 2004) (hereinafter DEBATING DESIGN)

Dembksi, W.A., The logical underpinnings of intelligent design, DEBATING DESIGN, Pp. 311-330.

Bradley, W. L., Information, Entropy, and the Origin of Life, DEBATING DESIGN, Pp. 331-351.

Behe, M., Irreducible complexity: obstacle to Darwinian evolution, DEBATING DESIGN, Pp. 352-370.

Meyer, S. C., The Cambrian information explosion: evidence for intelligent design, DEBATING DESIGN, Pp. 371-391.

Scott Minnich and Stephen C. Meyer, “Genetic Analysis of Coordinate

Flagellar and Type III Regulatory Circuits,” Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Design & Nature, Rhodes Greece, edited by M.W. Collins and C.A. Brebbia (WIT Press, 2004).

 

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