On Sat, 8 Apr 1995, Philip Rhoades wrote:
> Giovanni Maga (maga at vetbio.unizh.ch) wrote:
> : In article <3m4glc$r6a at fred.uswnvg.com>, pxcave at pebbles.uswnvg.com (Phillip
> : Cave) wrote:
> : > How about the evolution of the human eye? (or eyes in general)
> : >
> : > Here is a quote from Darwin......."To suppose that the eye, with all its
> : > inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances,
> : > for admitting different amount of light, and for the correction of
This is one of the most misused quotes from Darwin's great work. When
used by creationists, invariably the last part of it, in which Darwin
goes on to state that, essentially, evolution CAN account quite well for
the development of complex eyes.
The condition that leads such to be so blind to such components in the
writing is a psychological/emotional problem.