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The Design Inference: Eliminating Chance through Small Probabilities

William A. Dembski

Cambridge University Press, 260 pages, hardback, 1998

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"In The Design Inference William Dembski asks, how do we know that something has been purposely arranged? how do we know there is a mind behind a particular event? In answer Dembski constructs the formal logical arguments necessary for rigorous evaluation of design hypotheses."
Michael Behe
Professor of Biochemistry, Lehigh University
Author of Darwin's Black Box

How can we identify events due to intelligent causes and distinguish them from events due to undirected natural causes? If we lack a causal theory, how can we determine whether an intelligent cause acted? This book presents a reliable method for detecting intelligent causes: the design inference.

This challenging and provocative book shows how incomplete undirected causes are for science and breathes new life into classical design arguments.

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