Alternative to Darwinism and Creationism Based on Free Will

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Voyaging to a world where people really do have free will we encounter a theory of evolution that supports traditional thinking about the self. Who should care? Anyone whose work affects the opinions others have of themselves. And the humanities generally, under threat from encroachment on their turf by the sciences, all of whose specialties depend on traditional notions of free will. More
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About Shaun Johnston

Born in London, Shaun read biochemistry at London's University College, then turned to graphic design and writing. On moving to New York City he became a medical and science writer. This is the fifth title he has issued under the Evolved Self Publishing imprint. He now lives in New York State's Hudson Valley.

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David Rice reviewed on April 9, 2014

The first "red flag" is that the writer does not know what "Darwinism" is (hint: it ceased to exist almost 100 years ago). The second "red flag" is the the writer assumes there is something called "free will," without demonstrating that this "free will" thing exists. If any reader can get past these absurdities, then that reader is heartier than I am.
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