Basically, it’s a how-to guide for sugarcoating evolutionary dogma in the science classroom.
A friend recommends this passage from biologist Wayne Rossiter’s book Shadow of Oz for its delightful analogy.
“Evolution” in its deepest sense is a foundational metaphysical commitment, not a scientific theory that one could test.
If such a break between old colleagues happened now, the results would likely be very different.
Our culture is both degraded and degrading. No doubt the caustic effects of some trends in scientific thought — about biological origins, for example — have played a part in that. What can we do about it?