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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 17 2007,18:44   

I need some quick help. I'm trying to find a document I saw online a couple of years ago. Can't find it now (later I started saving this stuff.)

It was written by Dembski about the time the Polanyi center was being considered/set up. As I recall, he was justifying it to the leaders of Baylor (or somebody).

As I recall, in it there is a part where he says something to the effect that ultimately the purpose of science is to describe the natural world.

Thanks.

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