Evolution, Intelligent Design and Public Education: A Comment on Thomas Nagel

Spontaneous Generations 3 (1):35-40 (2010)
Abstract
Thomas Nagel recently proposed that the exclusion of Intelligent Design from science classrooms is inappropriate and that there needs to be room for “noncommittal discussion.” It is shown that Nagel’s policy proposals do not ?t the conclusions of his arguments
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