Saturday, March 11, 2006

Sounds fun

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006, 6:30-8:00 at Columbia (the one in New York, not Missouri):
Professor Kitcher will suggest that the best way to understand Intelligent Design is to see it as a piece of dead science. He will try to show why it died, why it should remain dead, and what consequences for religious belief follow from its death.
In decrying this event, Billy Dembski dishonestly inserts "why he will kill it again if necessary, why others should take up the task of killing it, why scientific cleansing of dead science is an intellectual imperative," before "and what consequences, …."

Quotemining is one thing, quote-designing is quite another.