“Intelligible Design” or Intelligent Design or Creationism; what is World Scientific playing at?
[Disclosure: World Scientific published my own first non-technical book, From Stars to Stalagmites, in 2012.]
Update July 23: this book has been absent for a week from the WSPC web site. I am told that the matter is under consideration by WSPC management. In the circumstances, I have taken down my posts on the subject, and hope not to have to reinstate them.
Update July 29: World Scientific asked me for a full review of the book. I have sent it to them, with a cover note saying that I hope never to have occasion to publish it. All that fine invective, never to see the light of day! But fair’s fair.
Update Sept 27; It’s back on the menu. Too puerile to require rebuttal, too insignificant to be worth publicising by protest. So I’ll leave it at that, and simply bear in mind that World Scientific’s imprimatur is now worthless.
Posted on July 9, 2013, in Creationism, From Stars to Stalagmites, Humans, Philosophy, Religion, Uncategorized and tagged Creationism, Darwin, Darwinism, Imperial College Press, Intelligent design, Philosophy, Raymond Dart, Taung child, World Scientific. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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