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.
The wish to demote, punish, and degrade ourselves this way, a neurosis special to our modern culture, is itself, ironically, a tribute to human exceptionalism.
Even James Lovelock, who created Gaia Theory, now worries that environmentalism has become a religion.
The Center for Science & Culture and the Bradley Center for Natural & Artificial Intelligence share more than the commonality of being sponsored by Discovery Institute.
Evolutionary theory teaches the “survival of the fittest.” But caring for someone with Down Syndrome represents just the opposite way of thinking.