This is a response to Richard Dawkins' replies to an interview he did on the Panpsychast podcast, which can be found here:
The core question boils down to a methodological dispute that presupposes a metaphysics of naturalistic materialism. Richard refuses to accept the immaterial beyond the notion of the ‘social construct’. Yet, he has to assume the existence of immaterial intelligence in order to explain the intelligibility that underlies the scientific method itself. I try to break that problem down in my responses to this interview.