There are some good ones, and also not so good ones. Forbes is presenting articles from both sides of the camp – historians and philosophers of science, and advocates of creationism and intelligent design on Darwin, science, and evolution. PZ & Carl are disappointed with Forbes. Here are the articles (lifted from Genomicron):
Surveying a landscape of cognition–and controversy.What We See When We Look In The MirrorBy Lionel Tiger
Humankind’s epic search for existential answers.In Praise Of A Beautiful TheoryBy Michael Ruse
Why evolution matters today more than ever.
We fail to realize just how much evolution shapes our personalities.
Charles Darwin knew about romance.Keeping Pace With ChangeBy Owen D. Jones
Fear of a Darwinian, animalistic hedonism is unfounded.From Evolution Comes LiteratureBy Joseph Carroll
Can we prove what we read and write is rooted in biology?Why Evolution Doesn’t MatterBy Matt Woolsey
Forget century-old debates. Biology should inspire technology for the future.
Slavery is hard to justify if all species–animal, black and white–share a common ancestor.Darwin The Dog LoverBy David Allan Feller
Canine companionship inspired evolutionary observations.
What would Darwin say?Darwinian DangersBy Ken Ham
The Creation Museum’s founder fears moral collapse and racism.There Is No ‘Politically Correct’ ScienceBy John G. West
It’s impossible to isolate Darwinian theories from their societal consequences.A Neurosurgeon, Not A DarwinistBy Michael Egnor
Why I don’t believe in atheism’s creation myth.The Problem Of EvidenceBy Jonathan Wells
If it isn’t testable, it isn’t science.
Did Alfred Russel Wallace think up evolution first?Alfred Russel WallaceBy Michael A. Flannery
The proponent of intelligent design in Darwin’s day.