The depiction of Francis Collins as someone who has developed a good model for integrating faith and science is in many respects a tragic myth.
My title is adapted from a 2012 article by two philosophers, Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva.
Historical statues are a dispersed temple to memory, in need of vigilant guarding.
One of the tragic trends in thinking about evolution has been to blur the distinction between humans and animals. History warns us not to regard this lightly.
An advocate for Darwinian medicine wants to bring two historical opponents in the design debate, Pasteur and Darwin, into a peace treaty for the good of public health.