In Agents Under Fire, Menuge defends a robust notion of agency and intentionaility against eliminative and naturalistic alternatives, showing the interconnections between the philosophy of mind, theology, and Intelligent Design.For example, one might engineer a fan whose blades gather solar power to rotate themselves. ... chapter 4, and he defends it against the critique of Russell Doolittle in his essay aquot;The Modern Intelligent Design Hypothesis, aquot; 174-77. 62. ... 64- In fact, as Dembski points out (No Free Lunch, 259), the assumption appears to be false, since respiratory systems such as lungs actually contain a lot of redundancy.
|Title||:||Agents Under Fire|
|Author||:||Angus J. L. Menuge|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2004-01-01|