Friday, July 17, 2009

Weekly Wrap-Up

Darwin Movie Coming Out:
"Real life couple Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany will kick off the Toronto International Film Festival with the life story of Charles Darwin...The movie centers on Darwin's struggle between science and God as he refines his theories amid his wife's deep religious conviction and grief over the death of his young daughter." The trailer can be seen here.

Enron and Darwinism: A Perfect Fit: A TV series about the notorious Enron Corporation. One viewer writes: "Of interest to me was the unapologetically explicit philosophy of Darwinism which was prevalent at Enron from top management to commodity traders."

David Brooks Criticizes Evolutionary Psychology. But within a materialist framework, of course. For more on Brooks, click here, here, and here.

What do Mike Gerson, Dr. Francis Collins, and Neville Chamberlain have in common? David Klinghoffer explains.

Ayn Rand Revival Gathers Pace in U.S. Universities, Despite Detractors: "Sales of Atlas Shrugged have tripled this year, and Dr Gotthelf, along with Bill Brewer of the University of Warwick, is editing a collection of 20 essays on Ms Rand."

This should be a good book. They need to reduce the price, though.

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