What is up with the naturalistic fallacy?
What is the current state of the naturalistic fallacy? How does it stand amongst modern scholarship? Is it still a serious obstacle in the way of naturalizing ethics? If you have any thoughts or direction for someone wishing to learn the current status of this idea, please share.
The implication that we should put Darwinism on trial overlooks the fact that Darwinism has always been on trial within the scientific community. -- From Finding Darwin's God by Kenneth R. Miller
Chaos and chance don't mean the absence of law and order, but rather the presence of order so complex that it lies beyond our abilities to grasp and describe it. -- From From Certainty to Uncertainty by F. David Peat