Dennett Debating Plantinga At The 2009 Central APA

This morning PZ is drooling over the book Science and Religion: Are They Compatible? (Point/Counterpoint) because it features a debate between Alvin Plantinga and Daniel Dennett, and because he is seriously jonesing to see Plantinga get pwned.

Well, thanks to YouTube, one can hear it instead! Below is an audio recording of their debate at the 2009 American Philosophical Association Central Division conference which laid out the arguments that they then adapted for the book.

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