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The Panda's Black Box: Opening up the Intelligent Design Controversy (Hardback)Nathaniel C. Comfort (editor), Daniel J. Kevles (foreword), Scott Gilbert (author), Edward J. Larson (author), Jane Maienschein (author), Michael Ruse (author), Robert M. Young (author)
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Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Number of pages: 184
Weight: 295 g
Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 19 mm
A valuable source . . . should be required reading for zealots and is recommended for those interested in ID.-- Fraser Fleming * Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith *
It [The Panda's Black Box] convincingly argues against the extremes of both the reductionist paradigm that is dominant today and intelligent design. As such, it adds an important and gentler dimension to the debate between intelligent design and evolutionary theory.-- W. Malcolm Byrnes * National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly *
An accessible reader that quickly and deftly surveys the current evolution-['intelligent design'] debates from a range of philosophical and historical angles.-- Glenn Sanford * National Center for Science Education *
The Panda's Black Box is an accessible reader that quickly and deftly surveys the current evolution-ID debates from a range of philosophical and historical angles.-- Glenn Sanford * Reports of the National Center for Science Education *
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