Aristotle

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Broken Road
Broken Road

Biologist Michael Denton: Paradigm Shifts

On this classic ID the Future from the vault, biologist Michael Denton reflects on paradigm shifts in science he’s witnessed in his lifetime and how his own thinking has changed. Read More ›
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Big Bang Explosion - Time Warp In Universe - Contain 3d Rendering
Big Bang Explosion - Time Warp In Universe - Contain 3d Rendering

Physicist Brian Miller Answers the Big Bang Evaders

On this ID the Future, physicist Brian Miller looks at various attempts to evade the mounting evidence that the universe had a beginning, a Big Bang. Read More ›
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2d illustration of human male

Discussing Consciousness and the Mind-Body Problem

What does it even mean to be aware of something, to be conscious? Why do the vast majority of people only have one consciousness? Will computers ever experience consciousness? On this Bingecast, Dr. Robert J. Marks and Dr. Angus Menuge discuss these questions and more. Read More ›
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Organic Farming
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ID as a Theory of Technological Evolution

1. Nature and Art In Book II of the Physics Aristotle remarks, “”If the ship-building art were in the wood, it would produce the same results by nature.”” Aristotle is here contrasting nature and art. Nature provides the raw materials (here wood); art provides the means for fashioning those materials (here into a ship). For Aristotle, art consists in the Read More ›