Sunday, May 21, 2006

Discussing Creationism: Part XV

Immanuel Kant, 1724-1804, a German philosopher, reasoned that "[A]n orang-utan or a chimpanzee may develop the organs which serve for walking, grasping objects, and speaking – in short, that he may evolve the structure of man, with an organ for the use of reason . . . (Kant, 1798 in Anthropology)"
Evolutionary Psychology

Now, I would really like to find a copy of Anthropology so as to find the reasoning that led to this conclusion.

Discussing Creationism: The Initial Argument
Part II: Two Questions about the Ark
Part III:The Volume of the Ark
Part IV: The Weight and Sturdiness of the Ark
Part V:What is a Myth

Part VI: Gilgamesh
Part VII: The Biblical View of Noah
Part VIII: Gathering of the Animals
Part IX Evolution
Part X The First Evolutionist
Part XI The Notebook
Part XII Erasmus Darwin
Part XIII Aristotle
Part XIV Middle Ages

1 comment:

Poetry by Kai said...

thanks carol,