There’s a gaping God-shaped hole in both Krauss and Peterson’s particular ways of spinning all this.
I stopped by Joe the truck driver’s house to talk. Joe read Yale neurologist Steven Novella’s essay, and he didn’t think much of it.
Per the reader’s request, I asked Michael Egnor to “defend the reality of objectively real morals.”
A “manifesto” in the science journal Human Evolution declares that chimpanzees and bonobos should be considered legal “persons” with legally enforceable “rights.”
Corey Lee Wrenn argues that what is done to an animal should be judged in the same fashion as if the same thing were done to a human.