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DESIGN, IRREDUCIBLE COMPLEXITY, AND SPECIFIED COMPLEXITY

This is a philosophical response to critics of irreducible complexity such as John H. McDonald, who rightly claim that parts of e.g. mousetrap (A) can be used to make simpler mousetraps, and that these simpler versions can be arranged in

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Existentialism

To understand Existentialism, it is helpful to keep in mind three important observations. First, Existentialism is largely a product of its time, beginning with the latter half of the 19th century and continuing into the 20th century. During this period,

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