Design and It's Critics

Design and Its Critics
Conference Audio Tapes

Concordia University, June 22-24, 2000

"Intelligent Design" is rapidly growing as a popular movement. Nonetheless, its status as a scientific and intellectual program is increasingly coming under scrutiny, and there are many misgivings, especially in the academy. This conference seeks to articulate the best criticisms of Intelligent Design theory and to allow its proponents to address these concerns.

Conference speakers include: Stephen C. Meyer, Michael Behe, Scott Minnich, William Dembski, Paul Nelson, Michael Shermer, Kenneth Miller, John Leslie, Robin Collins, Brian Josephson, David DeWolf, Warren Nord, Ronald Numbers, Michael Ruse, Del Ratzsch, Patrick Henry Reardon, Robert O'Connor, Michael Roberts, Mike Thrush, Larry Arnhart, Ted Davis, Diogenes Allen, Jean Staune, Kelly Smith, Lenny Moss and well as many concurrent paper presentations. Click to view Biographies of Presenters

This 23-tape presentation is available in 3 individual volumes or as a single complete set (discounted price). Descriptions of each album are listed below, along with ordering options.

Complete Set
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Complete Set
23 tape, 3 albums

Includes all tapes listed below

Album One
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Plenary Sessions: Is Design a Good Idea for Science?

Tape 1: Stephen C. Meyer
Tape 2: Michael Shermer Design in the Biological Sciences
Tape 3: Michael Behe; Scott Minnich
Tape 4: Ken Miller; Q & A Design in the Physical Sciences
Tape 5: John Leslie; Robin Collins
Tape 6: Brian Josephson; Q&A

Tape # 7 is included in Album Two:
Design in the Public School Science Classroom

Tape 8: David DeWolf; Stephen Meyer; Warren A. Nord
Tape 9: Ronald Numbers; Q&A

Album Two
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Plenary Sessions: Machinical and Philosophical Reflections on ID

Tape 7: Walter Starkey; Lawrence Starkey Lunch and Dinner Speakers
Tape 10: Jean Staune; Diogenes Allen How to Detect Design
Tape 11: Michael Ruse; Del Ratzsch
Tape 12: Del Ratzsch (con'd); William Dembski; Q&A Philosophical Bona Fides
Tape 13: Patrick Henry Reardon; Robert O'Connor
Tape 14: Robert O'Connor (con'd); Michael Roberts; Q&A Panel Discussion -- Prospects for Design
Tape 15: Paul Nelson; Ted Davis; Kelly Smith; Lenny Moss
Tape 16: Discussion Between Panelists; Q&A

Album Three
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Concurrent Sessions: Behe and His Critics
(not all sessions were recorded)

Tape 17: Mike Thrus; Larry Arnhart; Michael Behe Design in the Nineteenth Century
Tape 18: Jon H. Roberts Fine Tuning Arguments: For and Against
Tape 19: Allen Utke; Tim McGrew A Third Way? Science Between Evolution and ID
Tape 20: Lothar Schafer; Jon Bogle The Design Inference and the Future of Science
Tape 21: Lydia McGrew; Robin Collins Design in the College Classroom
Tape 22: Mark Kalthoff; John Silvius; Mary and Don Korte; Gary Locklair What Difference Does Design make to Science?
Tape 23: Craig Rusbult; Stephen Meyer; Scott Minnich; Paul Nelson


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