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|Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ May 20 2007,07:32)|
Lenny, I realize you are limited to a certain set of cognitions, but I did not write anything about teaching ID.
Lenny's cognitive processes seem not to ignore relevant information, since the Discovery Institute Center for
the Renewal of Science and Culture, the place where Gonzalez is a Senior Fellow, has written plenty about teaching ID.
Privileged Planet Teaching Guide by Gonzalez and Richards:
We are pleased that Dr. Keas has granted us permission to expand on and adapt his guide for a broader audience. It is appropriate for high school through advanced undergraduate students. It can be used as a supplement for an introductory astronomy or general science course, along with The Privileged Planet and accompanying documentary, an introductory astronomy textbook and perhaps a set of readings on the history of science (e.g., selected chapters from The Book of the Cosmos by Dennis Danielson).
I suppose a demonstrated inability to ignore inconvenient information could be viewed as a cognitive limitation. To others, it may appear as an essential component of intellectual honesty.
Not everyone affiliated with DI is interested in the politics of ID, and I have seen nothing to suggest Guillermo Gonzalez has pushed his teleological musings in his classes.
Also, you neglect to mention the person they are addressing teaches at a Baptist university.
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