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2015 | 12 | 255-285
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Biologia systemowa jako paradygmat badawczy teorii inteligentnego projektu

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Systems Biology as a Research Program for Intelligent Design
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Przeciwnicy teorii inteligentnego projektu argumentowali czasem, że jej podejście do biologii zniechęca do prowadzenia badań naukowych. Można jednak pokazać, że najpłodniejszy nowy paradygmat biologii systemowej jest w istocie znacznie spójniejszy z przekonaniem o inteligentnym zaprojektowaniu życia niż przekonanie o neodarwinowskiej ewolucji. W ramach tego nowego paradygmatu biologii systemowej, który powstał i rozwijał się przez mniej więcej ostatnie dziesięć lat, układy ożywione analizowane są przy wykorzystaniu pojęć zaczerpniętych z inżynierii systemów, takich jak projekt, przetwarzanie informacji, optymalizacja oraz inne jawnie teleologiczne pojęcia. Paradygmat ten oferuje odnoszącą sukcesy, umożliwiającą formułowanie ilościowych przewidywań teorię biologiczną. Mimo że główni przedstawiciele tej dyscypliny uznają układy biologiczne za wytwór doboru naturalnego, to nie potrafią uniknąć używania języka projektu i koncepcji projektowych w swoich badaniach, a już nawet pobieżne spojrzenie na biologię systemową skłania do wniosku, że naprawdę przyjmuje ona całkowicie projektowe podejście.
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Opponents of the intelligent design (ID) approach to biology have sometimes argued that the ID perspective discourages scientific investigation. To the contrary, it can be argued that the most productive new paradigm in systems biology is actually much more compatible with a belief in the intelligent design of life than with a belief in neo-Darwinian evolution. This new paradigm in system biology, which has arisen in the past ten years or so, analyzes living systems in terms of systems engineering concepts such as design, information processing, optimization, and other explicitly teleological concepts. This new paradigm offers a successful, quantitative, predictive theory for biology. Although the main practitioners of the field attribute the presence of such things to the outworking of natural selection, they cannot avoid using design language and design concepts in their research, and a straightforward look at the field indicates it is really a design approach altogether.
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