Fuller’s Folly, Kuhnian Paradigms, and Intelligent Design

@article{Lambert2006FullersFK,
  title={Fuller’s Folly, Kuhnian Paradigms, and Intelligent Design},
  author={Kevin Lambert},
  journal={Social Studies of Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={835 - 842}
}
Some of the most telling arguments against 'intelligent design' (ID), in the recent Dover Area School District 'Darwin trial', came from analyzing drafts of the school textbook, Of Pandas and People (Davis & Kenyon, 2005). The three 'astonishing points' that emerged from that analysis were: '(1) the definition for creation science in early drafts is identical to the definition of ID; (2) cognates of the word creation ... were deliberately and systematically replaced with the phrase ID; and (3… Expand
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