A Review of Michael C. Rea's World Without Design...

...can be found at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, here.

2 comments:

Mike said...

The best review, in my opinion--best in terms of understanding the book and raising serious, good objections--was the one that appeared in Australasian Journal of Philosophy (2005, I think). Cross's NDPR review reflects some serious confusion. The Philo symposium--Andrew Melnyk, Paul Draper, Austin Dacey, and Randy Carter--was good too, and includes a "reply to critics" as well.

exapologist said...

Thanks, Mike!

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