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In '''Darwin’s Dangerous Idea''', author [[Daniel Dennett]] describes [[Darwinism]], one of the best proved theories in science, as a “universal acid; it eats through just about every traditional concept and leaves in its wake a revolutionized world-view.”<ref> [http://www.newcriterion.com/archive/14/oct95/dennett.htm Daniel Dennett's dangerous idea] - [[Phillip E. Johnson]] </ref>
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In '''Darwin’s Dangerous Idea''', author [[Daniel Dennett]] describes [[Darwinism]] as a “universal acid; it eats through just about every traditional concept and leaves in its wake a revolutionized world-view.”<ref> [http://www.newcriterion.com/archive/14/oct95/dennett.htm Daniel Dennett's dangerous idea] - [[Phillip E. Johnson]] </ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 22:41, 15 January 2009

In Darwin’s Dangerous Idea, author Daniel Dennett describes Darwinism as a “universal acid; it eats through just about every traditional concept and leaves in its wake a revolutionized world-view.”[1]

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