Essays on Art, Aesthetics, and Culture
3. Scientism, Humanism, and the Humanities: The Challenge of Evolutionary Psychology
Two philosophers Darwin’s theory has no more to do with philosophy than any other hypothesis in natural science.
— Ludwig Wittgenstein (1922)
The Darwinian Revolution is both a scientific and a philosophical revolution.
— Daniel Dennett (1995)
Two scientists The existence of life, and indeed of the universe itself, all are part of the mysterium tremendum.
—Theodosius Dobzhansky (1971)
Philosophy and the subjects known as ‘humanities’ are still taught almost as if Darwin had never lived.
— Richard Dawkins (1976)
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