This book presents a philosophical and legal argument that intelligent design (ID) does not meet the standards of scientific rigor and functions only as a well-designed marketing plan aimed at imposing a theistic naturalism in schools and scientific discourse. It demonstrates the compatibility between religion and evolutionary biology and the incompatibility between ID and mainstream science.
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Future Imperfect describes and discusses a variety of technological revolutions that might happen over the next few decades, their implications, and how to deal with them. Topics range from encryption and surveillance through biotechnology and nanotechnology to life extension, mind drugs, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence.
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