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2007/2008 | 4-5 | 81-93
Article title

Dlaczego "teoria inteligentnego projektu" jest bardziej interesująca niż tradycyjny kreacjonizm

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EN
Why "Intelligent Design" Is More Interesting Than Old-Fashioned Creationism
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Taner Edis argumentuje, że choć teoria inteligentnego projektu w dużej mierze po prostu powtarza błędy dawno zdyskredytowanego tradycyjnego kreacjonizmu, część jej twierdzeń może mieć znaczenie dla rozwoju nauki. Edisowi chodzi o twierdzenia, dotyczące natury inteligencji i wykrywania projektu. Mimo iż jego zdaniem nie są one słuszne, zdanie sobie sprawy, dlaczego tak jest, może pomóc naukowcom w dostrzeżeniu, w jak wielkim stopniu współczesna nauka ma charakter interdyscyplinarny, a to mogłoby przyśpieszyć rozwiązanie jednego z najbardziej fundamentalnych problemów naukowych, jakim jest kwestia pochodzenia informacji.
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Author argues that even though intelligent design theory for the most part repeats common mistakes of long ago discredited traditional creationism, some of its claims can be significant for the advancement of science. He means claims concerning the nature of intelligence and detection of design. In spite of the fact that in his opinion these claims are incorrect, he points out that when scientists will realize why is that, it will help them to recognize the strongly interdisciplinary character of modern science. In consequence, it could bring the solution for one of the most fundamental scientific issues – the origin of information – more quickly.
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4-5
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81-93
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  • Truman State University
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