Shelley’s cautionary tale of a scientific experiment run amok has profound implications for today’s bioethics debates.
What is it that we are most sure of? It’s a fundamental question, the object of philosophical analysis for millennia.
Human exceptionalism holds that every one of us is inherently equal, in moral value, and properly, under the law.
The “experts” who swoop in to assure schools that their textbooks are in no need of fixing present a psychological puzzle.
Of the various questions raised in the theist/atheist debate, here’s one that has, I believe, occasioned more witless commentary than any other.