Michael Polanyi — Hungarian Scientist born on March 11, 1891, died on February 22, 1976

Michael Polanyi, FRS was a Hungarian-British polymath, who made important theoretical contributions to physical chemistry, economics, and philosophy. He argued that positivism supplies a false account of knowing, which if taken seriously undermines our highest achievements as human beings... (wikipedia)

Theories of evolution must provide for the creative acts which brought such theories into existence.
Moreover, only a strong and united scientific opinion imposing the intrinsic value of scientific progress on society at large can elicit the support of scientific inquiry by the general public.
Human beings exercise responsibilities within a social setting and a framework of obligations which transcend the principle of intelligence.
No inanimate object is ever fully determined by the laws of physics and chemistry.
We could not, for example, arrive at a principle like that of entropy without introducing some additional principle, such as randomness, to this topography.