More on Daniel Dennett
Don't miss this enlightening email exchange between Michael Ruse and Daniel Dennett, posted by William Dembski. I hope to comment later.
The phrase "Dawkins's Lapdog" to describe Daniel Dennett was coined by Stephen Jay Gould:
If history, as often noted, replays grandeurs as farces, and if T.H. Huxley truly acted as "Darwin's bulldog," then it is hard to resist thinking of Dennett, in this book, as "Dawkins's lapdog."