Darwin’s disciples today
Carson Holloway | 27 December 2009 |
tags: Darwin, evolution, Peter Singer
Political theorists of all hues claim that Darwin gives scientific credibility to their own theories. One of these is Peter Singer.
The origins of Darwinian political thought
Carson Holloway | 26 December 2009 |
A number of writers about politics and morality have drawn inspiration from Darwin's theory of evolution. How successful were they? First of a two-part series.
Vive la différence! – but how did it begin?
Dorothy Vining | 24 November 2009 |
tags: Darwin, evolution, sexual reproduction
Did Darwin forget to ask how sexual reproduction evolved?
Monkeying about with evolution
Phillip Elias | 18 July 2008 |
Why do some people of faith distrust evolutionists? The reasons can be found in the notorious Scopes Monkey Trial.
James Franklin | 25 October 2006 |
An Australian philosopher ruthlessly dissects the logic of Darwin and his followers.
Darwinism strikes back
Phillip Elias | 14 February 2006 |
It would be easier to hear the arguments for Darwin's theory if certain disciples of his would stop talking down religion.