February 12, 2010 by Makoto Fujimura | All Writings | Comments
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162 Denis Donoghue, Speaking of Beauty, pg. 12, Yale University Press, 2003

163 Nathanial Hawthorne, The Artist of the Beautiful

164 Speaking of Beauty, Pg. 14

165 William Paley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

166 http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/history/paley.html

167 Rejection of theological teleology, progressivism and resulting Scientism, a belief that science is all there is to answer the question of origin, came only later

168 Darwin rejects progressivism ultimately, and this will be pursued in part 2 of this essay

169 To be fair to Dr. Gould, whose lecture I had the privilege of hearing at Bucknell University, he has modified his stance to allow for both religion and science to co-exist. See http://stephenjaygould.org/library/gould_noma.html

170 http://www.stephenjaygould.org/library/gould_darwin-paley.html This essay has an interesting link to the economic theories of Adam Smith and Thomas Malthus

171 http://www.stephenjaygould.org/library/gould_noma.html

172 Virginia Stem Owens, Faith, Perception and the New Physics, The New Religious Humanist, a Reader, edited by Gregory Wolfe

173 pg 796, From Dawn to Dacadence, Jacques Barzun, Harper Collins, 2000

174 again, which Darwin rejected; more on this on part 2

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Makoto Fujimura is an internationally-renowned artist, arts advocate, writer and speaker. He founded International Arts Movement in 1991, and Fujimura Institute in 2011.