Darwin’s disciples today
| 27 December 2009 | FEATURES |
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
| 26 December 2009 | FEATURES |
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?
| 24 November 2009 | FEATURES |
Did Darwin forget to ask how sexual reproduction evolved?
Monkeying about with evolution
| 18 July 2008 | FEATURES |
Why do some people of faith distrust evolutionists? The reasons can be found in the notorious Scopes Monkey Trial.
| 25 October 2006 | FEATURES |
An Australian philosopher ruthlessly dissects the logic of Darwin and his followers.
Darwinism strikes back
| 14 February 2006 | FEATURES |
It would be easier to hear the arguments for Darwin's theory if certain disciples of his would stop talking down religion.
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