Darwin in the twenty-first century : nature, humanity, and God / edited by Phillip R.Sloan, Gerald McKenny, Kathleen Eggleson
- Studies in science and the humanities from the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values
- Preface / Philip R. Sloan, Gerald McKenny, Kathleen Eggleson -- Introduction: restructuring an interdisciplinary dialogue / Phillip R. Sloan -- Part 1. Nature. Evolution through developmental change: how alterations in development cause evolutionary changes in anatomy / Scott F. Gilbert -- The evolution of evolutionary mechanisms: a new perspective / Stuart A. Newman -- The evolvability of organic forms: possible, likely, and unlikely change from the perspective of evolutionary developmental biology / Alessandro Minelli -- Accident, adaptation and teleology in Aristotle and Darwinism / David J. Depew -- The game of life implies both teleonomy and teleology / Gennaro Auletta, Ivan Colage, and Paolo D'Ambrosio -- Part 2. Humanity. Humanity's origins / Bernard Wood -- Darwin's evolutionary ethics: the empirical and normative justifications / Robert J. Richards -- Crossing the Milvian Bridge: when do evolutionary explanations of belief debunk belief? / Paul E. Griffiths and John S. Wilkins -- Questioning the zoological gaze: Darwinian epistemology and anthropology / Phillip R. Sloan -- Part 3. God. Evolution and Catholic faith / John O'Callaghan -- After Darwin, Aquinas: a universe created and evolving / William E. Carroll -- Evolutionary theism and the emergent universe / Josef Zycinski -- Beyond separation or synthesis: Christ and evolution as Theodrama . Celia Deane-Drummond -- Part 4. Past and future prospects. Imagining a world without Darwin / Peter J. Bowler -- What future for Darwinism? / Jean Gayon.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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