William Dembski is an American mathematician and intelligent design proponent. He is best known for his view that living beings exhibit "complex specified information", which he sees as a hallmark of design by an intelligent agent.
- He is currently a fellow at the Discovery Institute
- He is an editor/chief editor at the Progress in Complexity, Information, and Design (PCID), a peer-review journal.
- He played a major role during the Dover trial in Pennsylvania in 2005.
- Hitchens Dembski Debate Nov 2010 (1 of 10)
- NOVA | Intelligent design on trial (1 of 12) - Where Dembski plays a prominent role