On skimming Sir James Jeans' Science & Music (first published in
1937) I noted the closing sentence:
"Students of evolution in the animal world tell us that the ear
was the last of the sense organs to arrive; it is beyond question the
most intricate and the most wonderful."
Is the statement in the first clause now correct? If so, it
suggests an interesting theological reflection.
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Interface"
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