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Regarding Peter Milward’s Feb. 25 letter, “Two ‘ways’ of intelligent design“: It seems that Milward has confused the functions of the science classroom with those of a philosophy course. Milward, apparently supporting the teaching of another “way” of so-called intelligent design, states it “is the way not of science, which professedly stops short at phenomena, nor of religion, which is based on faith, but of philosophy, which argues from the known to the unknown.”

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