There’s an undoubted sense of crisis in the air.
It’s not, how shall I say this, an audience guaranteed to be sympathetic to a critique of Darwinism and its social impact, even one as thoroughly researched and accurately told as this.
Scientism’s grand progress narrative holds that as we learn more and more about the world, purely natural or material explanations inevitably will arise and grow stronger.
Textbook publishers use their influence over kids and the appearance of neutrality to advance a set of strong biases.
Darwin-inspired eugenics and racial pseudoscience are like some sort of insidious, and hideous, household pest.