Michael Ruse

The Evolution-Creation Struggle
Mar 29, 2007  -  Felix Meritis, Keizersgracht 324, Amsterdam

Michael RuseRuse was called “one of the most stimulating writers on the never-ending cultural debate over evolution” by New York Magazine. As one of the leading participants in the contemporary debate, Ruse gives a new perspective on the historical continuity of thinking about creation, evolution, and the relationship between religion and science. He uncovers surprising similarities between evolutionist and creationist thinking. He reveals that those most hostile to religion, like Richard Dawkins, are just as evangelical as their fundamentalist opponents. The evening was moderated by Herman Philipse, Professor of Philosophy at the Universiteit Utrecht.




Moderator: Prof. Herman Philipse

In collaboration with: Felix Meritis, Ten Have Publishers, Holland-America Friendship Foundation, American Embassy The Hague, AEGON, Ministerie van OC&W, Van den Berch van Heemstede Fonds