In his powerful essay, Smith sets forth Stephen Hawking's "Grand
Design's" key conceptions and the overall logic of its argument,
offering a five-fold refutation, based upon both philosophic and
scientific grounds. He also places the phenomenon of Hawking's
bestseller in perspective by reflecting upon the nature,
motivation, and limits of the scientific enterprise as such.
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