If implemented, would these ideas have succored those who faced discrimination in universities, including Eric Hedin, Scott Minnich, or Dean Kenyon?
The point of Dr. Keas’s book is historical but also very timely: Scientists who challenge materialism today face discrimination as heretics that squelches their research and teaching.
Career anxiety is exactly how heterodox thought is policed and stamped out in the academic world.
University of Chicago evolutionist Jerry Coyne suffers from cognitive dissonance.
The scientific “consensus” has immeasurably more power to coerce and silence, and on matters of far greater importance, than the President of the United States does.