Mark D. Garfinkel
mg16 at midway.uchicago.edu
Mon Dec 30 10:54:42 EST 1996
In article <5a8h75$re1 at fidoii.cc.lehigh.edu>,
Alan Allegra <inpri at lehigh.edu> wrote:
>For those who are unwilling to accept theology (the queen of the sciences)
Lousy paraphrase. The quotation is "Mathematics is the queen of the
sciences and arithmetic is the queen of mathematics." I think it's
due to Bertrand Russell, or possibly Eric Temple Bell.
>I highly recommend "Darwin's Black
>Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution" (The Free Press) by Professor
>Michael J. Behe of Lehigh University.
You might also recommend the op-ed article Behe published in the
_New York Times_ several weeks back, and the letters to the
editor published in response.
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