Comments on Eger's “a Tale of Two Controversies”

Zygon 23 (3):357-361 (1988)
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This commentary on Martin Eger's “A Tale of Two Controversies” focuses on three criticisms: first, the shifting status of the claims of creationism in the article; second, new developments in moral philosophy which run counter to Eger's discussion; and third, the inadequate treatment of pedagogical and curricular principles.

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Daniel DeNicola
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Reply to criticisms.Martin Eger - 1988 - Zygon 23 (3):363-368.

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