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11. Intelligent Design Topic: Can Specified Complexity Even Have a Mechanism?
book, The Fifth Miracle Paul Davies (p. 112) claims that life isn't mysterious because of its complexity per se but because of its "tightly specified complexity." Stuart Kauffman in his just published Investigations (October 2000) proposes
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12. Divine Action Topic: Evolutionary Theory
Dialogue." Davies, Paul. “Teleology Without Teleology: Purpose through Emergent Complexity." Drees, Willem B. “Evolutionary Naturalism and Religion." Edwards, Denis.
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13. Intro Topic: Cosmology
different view. Physicist Paul Davies , for example, has written that the beauty and order of the laws of physics themselves suggests there must be something behind those laws, something driving the mathematical beauty and order in the universe.
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14. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 2. Mathematical Order of the Universe and the Divine
York: Vintage, 2002. Davies , Paul. The Mind of God: the Scientific Basis for a Rational World . New York: Touchstone/Simon & Schuster, 1993. Livio, Mario. The Golden Ratio: The Story of Phi . New York: Broadway Books, 2002.
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15. Interview: Steven Weinberg (PBS)
response to scientists like Paul Davies , who say they do see a point to the universe and they think that science itself supports that? DR. WEINBERG: I think it's true that there is a mystery about nature which is not likely to be cleared up in
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16. Divine Action Topic: Happel, Stephen. “Metaphors and Time Asymmetry: Co...
like John Barrow and Paul Davies , who treat cosmological metaphors as narrative, with the non-teleological approach of Stephen Hawking , who seems closer to Derrida and Ricoeur. Happel sees these approaches as parallel to the theological
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17. Maddox Bibliography Topic: E. Chaos & Complexity Theory
University Press, 2003. Davies , Paul. The Cosmic Blueprint: New Discoveries in Nature’s Creative Ability to Order the Universe . New York: Simon & Schuster, 1988 (reprint, Radnor, PA: Templeton Foundation Press, 2004).
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18. Intelligent Design Topic: How Can an Unembodied Intelligence Interact with t...
Foundation in October 1999, Paul Davies expressed his doubts about intelligent design this way: "At some point God has to move the particles." The physical world consists of physical stuff, and for a designer to influence the arrangement of
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19. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Key Figures and Developments in the Scie...
The first is the physicist Paul Davies , who has been drawn towards theism by the directions he has seen his scientific field take, and who has written of this journey in books such as God and the New Physics and The Mind of God. The
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20. Biography: Biography Index
Paul Davies - Physicist, Templeton Prize winner, and author of The Mind of God Richard Dawkins - Zoologist, author of The Selfish Gene
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