Dean and Wesley discuss how Dean came to be an author, the importance of human exceptionalism, and the problem with transhumanism.
Paleontologists resist the idea that early humans called Neanderthals created any artworks. Their reasoning is sometimes circular.
On what seems like almost a daily basis, some new ID-friendly scientist emails us out of the blue to make contact with kindred spirits.
Ruse’s chronological snobbery might be forgiven if the claims he makes for Darwinism can be unequivocally substantiated.
Darwinian materialism suggests that the impulse toward artistic creation is merely the human songbird attracting a mate.