The "Philosophical Objections" to Intelligent Design


In his 1996 book, Darwin's Black Box, Michael Behe argued in favor of the "Intelligent Design" of biochemical systems. Many scientists have pointed out the flaws of Behe's analysis, and as a result Dr. Behe has placed a defense of his ideas on the web:

"Philosophical Objections to Intelligent Design: Response to Critics."



 What's Wrong with Behe's Defense?

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Kenneth R. Miller
Professor of Biology
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912