Although Wallace receded into the deep recesses of my memory, I had what Pasteur called “the prepared mind.”
“Those 49 words — suggesting that students consult a library book if they wanted to learn more about a scientific idea — were too much for the thought police.”
I had what Pasteur called “the prepared mind” to take in what Wallace had to tell me.
Back in 2008, Science published an influential research article claiming evidence for a physiological basis behind differences in political views.
How do we tell exactly what the scientific theory of evolution is? There is no axiomatized presentation emblazoned on the walls of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science.