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Debunking altruism: the signature of economic ideology

August 30th, 2012 · No Comments

http://descentofmanrevisited.com/DMR_pdf/DMR_Chap_4.pdf One of the most notable challenges to Darwinists lies in the phenomenon of altruism. Why isolate this one character from the totality, unless some agenda is at work? Why is selfishness thought so compatible with physicalism, while generosity smacks of religious idealism, ethical and/or philosophical? The contradiction between the implicit selfishness of natural selection […]

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Rediscovering macroevolution…and Lamarck

August 28th, 2012 · No Comments

Darwinism has completely confused the real meaning of ‘evolution’ which was better understood by Lamarck (in broad strokes)… http://descentofmanrevisited.com/DMR_pdf/DMR_Chap_4.pdf Rediscovering Macroevolution The ideas of punctuated equilibrium are really something that was implicit in the thinking of Lamarck, and represent a form of the distinction of macroevolution and microevolution That macroevolution should be an intermittent series […]

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DMR super discount

August 28th, 2012 · No Comments

Descent of Man Revisited World History is now superdiscounted at Amazon, at $7.95, great book, great price: go for it….

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Successor volume: Last and First Men

August 25th, 2012 · No Comments

Someone asked why Descent of Man Revisited had less material on the issue of revolution, and the symbolism of 1848: in relation to Marxism, a la WHEE. Actually everything is there, but clipped: the following passage shows the general connection. But the issues will have to await the successor, Last and First Men… http://descentofmanrevisited.com/DMR_pdf/DMR_Chap_5.pdf The […]

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Darwinists overconfident about ‘randomness’

August 21st, 2012 · No Comments

The evidence of world history makes it very odd, and very risky, for Darwinists to feel so confident about random evolution…. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/75650151/DMR_review_copy.pdf he Rustling in the bushes… We began with a challenge to find, at a minimum, the ‘rustling in the bushes’ that would constitute evidence of the non-random, thence of some ‘systems action’, dynamic […]

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