"Eyes are there, so that we could see" does not sound very controversial, but isn't it the other way around? "We are able to see, because we have eyes."… Read more »
Dr. Alexander J. Werth is the Trinkle Professor of Biology at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, USA. His research focuses on science education, the evolution of complexity, and the structure of whales and other marine mammals which have undergone major evolutionary transitions.
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- “Everything happens for a reason” – Teleology’s long shadow - 19th March 2020