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1 Specification : The Pattern That Signifies Intelligence

@inproceedings{Dembski20051S,
  title={1 Specification : The Pattern That Signifies Intelligence},
  author={W. Dembski},
  year={2005}
}
  • W. Dembski
  • Published 2005
  • Specification denotes the type of pattern that highly improbable events must exhibit before one is entitled to attribute them to intelligence. This paper analyzes the concept of specification and shows how it applies to design detection (i.e., the detection of intelligence on the basis of circumstantial evidence). Always in the background throughout this discussion is the fundamental question of Intelligent Design (ID): Can objects, even if nothing is known about how they arose, exhibit… CONTINUE READING

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