In this two part series, James Bradley exposes a argument made in the book Design Inference , which was written by Intelligent Design proponent William Dembski. To accomplish this, he carefully examines Dembski’s “explanatory filter” that predicts whether an event occurred by regularity, chance, or design, and exposes its “fatal flaws.”
  • Why Dembski’s Design Inference Doesn’t Work. Part 1

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    Why Dembski’s Design Inference Doesn’t Work. Part 1 | James Bradley

    Much of the credibility of the ID movement has been based on the belief that a solid theoretical foundation has been laid by William Dembski’s 1998 book, The Design Inference. Read More >

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  • Why Dembski’s Design Inference Doesn’t Work. Part 2

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    Why Dembski’s Design Inference Doesn’t Work. Part 2 | James Bradley

    In summary, then, Dembski has not achieved his ambitious goal of providing a scientific means of detecting intelligent design. Read More >

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