I’m interested in “science as a cultural domain,” too. And here’s a great illustration of how the culture changes.
Philosopher of biology Paul Nelson reminisces on Johnson’s keen intellect, and his eye for hidden assumptions.
Scientists aren’t like “everyone else”: because of the prestige they enjoy, the impact of their being “uncritical of things that [they] want to believe” is tremendous. It can be quite corrosive, quite malign.
The culture bombards us with materialism. That’s the case even as, at deeper and deeper levels, science reveals evidence of a plan, foresight, a deliberately shaping force working upon nature.
The video was developed in an ingenious way by its creator, writer, and animator. And who is that? I can’t share that information with you.