It’s true that Darwinian thinking undermines the traditional (and common sense) idea that human beings have an exceptional status.
Walking on the University of Washington campus here in Seattle last week, I saw a banner with a striking message.
Animal-rights activists invariably insist — falsely — that we are naturally herbivores.
Plenty, actually. Two volcanic worlds give us a chance to see the power of intelligent design to harness the forces of nature.
The body’s system to control thyroid function, plus basal metabolic rate, heat production at rest, and core temperature, seems to know what it is doing.
Stephen Meyer and Richard Dawkins have been engaged in a disagreement. How shall we adjudicate it?
The Center for Science & Culture is changing the course of future scientific history, one summer at a time.
In that view, generations of men and women are on an upward-climbing escalator, guaranteeing that “we are moral giants compared to our ancestors.”
Perhaps we could call it neo-neo-Darwinism.
Darwinian advocates today adopt a winsome mask of liberalism.