Non-creationist, non-Darwinist, "third way" theories of evolution.
Introduction to "Evolution & the humanities"
- Written by Shaun Johnston Shaun Johnston
- Published: May 18, 2017 May 18, 2017
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What's the premise of this site? That it's time for the humanities to take over defining what it means we evolved. With science's abandonment of "the modern synthesis" attention can shift to the experience of being evolved, how knowing we evolved may affect the development of conscious thinking over a lifetime, the humanities' traditional subject matter. This golden opportunity is spelled out in a new "Introduction" to our "Humanities and Evolution" section. A summary of the resources gathered in this site is linked to from the menuitem "About" at the top of each page.
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