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Introduction, Post 1

Hi! I am a junior who is extremely interested in the parallels that will be drawn by seemingly to vastly different subject areas. I have been fortunate enough to be exposed to a similar mindset of thought in Professor Grobstein's Philosophy of Science class. There is so many different facets to science and english that are begging to be questioned and on that note my three questions are as follows:

1. Are there any subject areas that do not experience the concept of evolution?

2. Why is there so much controversy surrounding intelligent design and evolution if one of them is widely accepted as science? Is there a concept that makes intelligent design just as legitimate of a story as evolution?

3. What are the more specific parallels between literature and biology and how will we explore these parallels?

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