When “Science” Becomes a Cult
The problem comes when, in order to win our acceptance, double-talk is used to pretend that a cult is something other than what it is.
On Doing Science Versus Understanding Science
Theodosius Dobzhansky and Ashley Montagu wrote in 1947, “Race differences arise chiefly because of the differential action of natural selection on geographically separate populations.”
Listen: John West on Scientific Racism and the Cachet of Darwinism in the Humanities
On race, scientists followed Darwin’s thinking until religious and civil rights leaders, not other scientists, ultimately shamed them out of it.
Between Sapientia and Scientia — Michael Aeschliman’s Profound Interpretation
Science, the dominant way of knowing of our age, now finds itself caught between a rock and (very) hard place.
“I Believe in Science” Versus “Nullius in Verba”
Savor the irony: Turning off your critical intellect makes you a “smart puppy.”