In my new contribution, I restrict myself to important facets of the historical side of plant gall research.
“Once you lose the kind of stabilizing influence of rational thought and respect,” says John Lennox, “then you can end up with violence, as we have seen.”
It was at Edinburgh University that he first encountered radical philosophical materialism, which laid the philosophical foundation for his work in evolution.
How did science, of all things, come to be a vehicle for virtue signaling, a virtual religion, with insiders and outsiders, the damned and the saved?
“There’s little doubt in my mind that Reid if he were alive today would be part of the intelligent design movement.”