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  • Evolution, "in _Evolution of Law_, III, 163-81.] (5) Laski, Harold J. _Studies in the Problem of Sovereignty_.

    Introduction to the Science of Sociology

  • This should not be surprising since, as Mike pointed out in Evolution is Cruel to Dennett and Dawkins, if Dennett is right, there are strong selection forces that would tend to generate religiously minded people.

    And Now For The Rest of the Story

  • He builds on the work of the Anglican priest Arthur Peacock, who has written a book with the title Evolution: The Disguised Friend of Faith.

    God and evolution: the state of the question

  • At $285-$295 for a good trout-sized model, the Evolution is a key reason why Ross reels are the best-selling fly reels in America.

    Motorcycle Fly Reel Test: Ross Evolution

  • He was patting a golden retriever and reading a book with the title Evolution: The Fossils Say No!

    The Bloomsday Dead

  • To pronounce in the face of such a past the word Evolution, which is precisely the expression of the highest intellectual hope, is a gruesome pleasantry.

    Notes on Life and Letters

  • Disproving the Notion of Random Chance in Evolution is an Oxford University Press blog entry.

    A New Book

  • 'Evolution' is connotation-laden and lacking a precise definition, but there's no reason to drop that word.

    Bunny and a Book

  • Many ID proponents (e.g. Behe) are emphatic that they believe in "Evolution" just not "Darwinism".

    Dawkins on the OOL

  • "Evolution" is un-scientific and doesn't reflect anything found in the study of human genetics within all of the human races.

    Why are South Indians so smart?

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