The Positive Case for Design
Overview: Many critics of intelligent design have argued that design is merely a negative argument against evolution. This could not be further from the truth. Leading design theorist William Dembski has observed that "[t]he principle characteristic of intelligent agency is directed contingency, or what we call choice." This brief piece shows that observing the sorts of choices that intelligent agents commonly make when designing systems, a positive case for intelligent design is easily constructed by elucidating predictable, reliable indicators of design.
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