Del Ratzsch is a philosopher at Calvin College specializing in logic and the philosophy of science. He is also a fellow of the International Society for Complexity, Information and Design. Dr. Ratzsch received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Massachusetts in 1975.
In addition to his interests in logic and the philosophy of science, Dr. Ratzsch has lectured and taught courses on a wide array of topics including Sherlock Holmes, science-religion, origins debates, intelligent design, and "popular" philosophy.
Dr. Ratzsch has written many articles on a large variety of issues which have been featured in journals such as International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Monist, and Faith and Philosophy.
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