Behe's Darwin's Black Box: Paul Draper's Critique

(Re-posted)
Here are the installments on Paul Draper's important article, "Irreducible Complexity and Darwinian Gradualism: A Reply to Michael J. Behe", Faith and Philosophy 19:1 (2002), pp. 3-21:

1st installment: Behe's argument
2nd installment: Three common but bad criticisms of Behe's argument
3rd installment: Are Behe's examples irreducibly complex?
4th installment: Behe's revision
5th installment: Are indirect routes to irreducible complexity really too improbable?
6th installment: Are direct routes to irreducible complexity really impossible?

Hi gang,

I'll be buried under a pile of work for at least a couple of weeks, so in the meantime, I'll be re-posting a few things. Until then, be well!

Best,
EA

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