Genes, genesis and God: Holmes Rolston III: Richard J. Burke lecture in philosophy, religion and society
Holmes Rolston delivers the inaugurating Richard J. Burke Lecture in Philosophy, Religion and Society at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan on March 13, 2006. Professor Rolston discusses the debate about order and disorder, randomness and probability, actualities and possibilities, as these result in increasing diversity and complexity over the evolutionary epic. He features the increasing information in genes that appears in natural history, resulting in genetic coding, eucaryotes, sexuality, societies, and mind, with human capacities for culture, including science, religion and ethics. ...
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