Recently I spoke to a university senior who is a leader in a political club at her school. I wondered how things were going for the club.
You may already know about academic freedom bills — such as those passed in Louisiana in 2008 and Tennessee in 2012.
Kevin Williamson imagines that scientists are free to “slug it out” in journals and other academic settings, so that the truth reliably emerges.
While discussions of science standards are often couched in bureaucratic-sounding language, the impact of these policies can be profound.
The point of Dr. Keas’s book is historical but also very timely: Scientists who challenge materialism today face discrimination as heretics that squelches their research and teaching.