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Shaded places & intractable paradoxes of evolutionwith the impartial gaze of a natural philosopher

Abstract : Essentially, throughout the existence of science on Earth, there have been continuous debates between supporters of creationism and evolutionism. Wherein, to a certain extent, both prove to be right, so having analyzed all the scientific information at our disposal, we decided that it would be correct to try to synthesize these polar/opposite, at first glance, ideas into a single whole. And moreover, since the priority remains, of course, with evolutionism, then here we give it primary attention.
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Ashursky Emir. Shaded places & intractable paradoxes of evolutionwith the impartial gaze of a natural philosopher. "The experience of philosophical comprehension of the contradictions of modern science", 1994. ⟨hprints-03103067⟩

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