Author: Robert J. Doyle, PhD

Article Abstract:

The author, a professor emeritus of biology at the university of Windsor, takes issue with Michael Behe’s essay from the proceedings in which Behe argues that the concept of “irreducible complexity” implies “design.” Doyle contends that is simply another form of the “god-of-the-Gaps” argument. Behe responds in the following excerpt to the criticism, claiming that “irreducible complexity is a positive criterion that is strongly correlated with intelligence.” Further, he states, “the argument to design is based not on ignorance, but on simple inductive reasoning.”

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