“Diversity and doubt produce creativity; we must make room for them,” according to Jerry Ravetz.
Against Yale polymath David Gelernter, atheist Jerry Coyne had to resort to engaging the actual arguments.
Fully as important as David Gelernter’s personal apostasy is his testimony about what happens to scientists who choose to “judge for themselves.”
In those few paragraphs, there’s a great deal of misinformation about academic freedom laws, how they harm science teaching and imperil students and educators.
If implemented, would these ideas have succored those who faced discrimination in universities, including Eric Hedin, Scott Minnich, or Dean Kenyon?