Fact Check: Imagining Darwin’s Abolitionism
Desmond and Moore tell us that Darwin assured his sisters that his principles on slavery hadn’t changed despite spending five years living with Captain FitzRoy.
When Medical Science Becomes Heartless: The Case of Joshua Smith
This might be a good time to take stock of those you rely on for your medical care. How much do you know about your doctors?
Suicide by Zoom — Technology and Dehumanization
“We are always told that ‘strict guidelines will protect against abuse.’ It’s always been baloney.”
Don’t Let Profiteers Control Human Genetic Engineering
Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World as a dire warning. But we aren’t paying heed.
Evolution and the Alt-Right, Continued
While the Confederate cause in the Civil War has been the subject of much chatter, the modern racial right owes far more to Charles Darwin than to Robert E. Lee.