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The man who never asked inconvenient questions

The case of Adolf Eichmann and industrial education I can say without hesitation that A Little History of Philosophy is the best introductory philosophy book I’ve ever read. The author of the book, Nigel Warburton, has managed to explain the … Continue reading

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What is Innovation?

In this blog article, I will analyse the meaning of innovation by the example of a medical pill against headache, first from the narrow perspective of industrial paradigm, and then from the broad perspective of ecological paradigm. Let’s see some … Continue reading

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Is evolution a kind of creation?

Evolution of whales. Source: www.edwardtbabinski.us/whales/

There are lots of hefty discussions about the Darwinian evolution and the biblical creation story in the forum on www.richarddawkins.net which I regularly visit. Scientific minds and biologists usually harbor no doubts about evolution whereas religious minds tend to hate … Continue reading

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Any difference between intelligent design and evolution?

Right wing evangelists love Intelligent Design. Source: http://www.bay-of-fundie.com/archives/280/discovery-institute-reeling

As is generally well-known, the Evangelist and Islamic fundamentalists typically hate the idea of Darwinian evolution which I never exactly understand why. Why can’t an omnipotent God use evolution as a natural process for creation? Must the creation necessarily be … Continue reading

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