Next month, Oxford Press is publishing Mind and Cosmos by Thomas Nagel, one of the most prestigious philosophers in the country, and Darwinians are not going to like it. The giveaway is the subtitle, "Why the Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature is Almost Certainly False."
Nagel, a professor at NYU, not only criticizes Darwinism, but also criticizes Darwinian critics of intelligent design. It's not that he agrees with ID (he doesn't), but that he finds the arguments of Discovery fellows Behe and Meyer compelling, and likewise David Berlinski. The latter also doesn't necessarily buy ID and, like Nagel, is an agnostic if not an atheist.
An atheist! Who is not a part of Discovery Institute. Who disagrees with Darwin and thanks ID scientists for their contributions to his understanding! It is enough to give the Darwinian establishment the fantods.
Maybe his genes made him take this position. John West has read the Nagel book in its Kindle version (already available) and has a good report.