There is an ongoing debate about intelligent design in the Thomist system.
It was a turning point in the effort to secure academic freedom for science teachers.
As a systems architect, I’ve spent decades designing and implementing large and complex systems of information systems.
In his new book he discusses some of the overlooked virtues of politicians, and asks, in one chapter, “What Makes a Politician Good?”
James Hudspeth, of Rockefeller University, just won the Norwegian Academy of Science’s Kavli Prize in science.