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A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization

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In this illuminating book, Dean L. Overman uses logical principles and mathematical calculations to answer the questions that have long perplexed biologists and astrophysicists: Is it mathematically possible that accidental processes caused the forma... weiterlesen
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Titel: A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization
Autor/en: Dean L. Overman

ISBN: 0847689662
EAN: 9780847689668
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBL GROU

April 1998 - gebunden - 240 Seiten

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In this illuminating book, Dean L. Overman uses logical principles and mathematical calculations to answer the questions that have long perplexed biologists and astrophysicists: Is it mathematically possible that accidental processes caused the formation of the first form of living matter from non-living matter? Could accidental processes have caused the formation of a universe compatible with life? Are current self-organization scenarios for the formation of the first living matter plausible? Overman reviews the influence of metaphysical assumptions in logical analysis, and discusses the principles of logic applicable to these questions, examining the limitations of verbal and mathematical logic.


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Dean L. Overman is the senior partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Winston & Strawn, a large international law firm. He is the coauthor of several law books, the author of many law review articles on banking, commercial, corporate, tax, and securities laws, the author of a book on effective writing, and an Adjunct Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

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A valuable contribution to the discussion about the relationship between natural science and theology.--Wolfhart Pannenberg, University of Munich
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