About the Contributors

David Berlinski (Ph.D., Mathematics, Princeton University) has taught mathematics at American and French universities. He is the author of A Tour of the Calculus (Pantheon) and The Body Shop (St. Martin's). His essay "The Deniable Darwin," appeared in the June 1996 Commentary.

John Angus Campbell (Ph.D., Rhetoric, University of Pittsburgh) teaches rhetoric of science and speech at the University of Memphis. His article, "Scientific Revolution and the Grammar of Culture: The Case of Darwin's Origin," appeared in the Quarterly Journal of Speech. Professor Campbell has lectured widely on the structure of Darwin's rhetoric.

Eric Larson was a Pew Younger Scholar at Whitworth College, from which he received his B.A. in mathematics and philosophy. He was a George Washington fellow at the Discovery Institute in Seattle during the summer of 1996, studying Gödel's Theorem and philosophy of the mind.

Alvin Plantinga (Ph.D., Philosophy, Yale University) is John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy at Notre Dame University. He is widely recognized as a leading epistemologist and Philosopher of religion. His most recent book is Warrant and Proper Function (Oxford University Press, 1993).

Richard Weikart (Ph.D., History, University of Iowa) teaches history at California State University, Stanislaus. He has published articles on social Darwinism in the Journal of the History of Ideas and Isis. Professor Weikart will be joining the editorial board of Origins & Design in 1997.

Hubert P. Yockey (Ph.D., Physics, University of California, Berkeley) is the author of Information Theory and Molecular Biology (Cambridge University Press, 1992), and has contributed to information theory in molecular biology and the origin of life literature. He is also a whitewater rafting enthusiast.

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