Peter Clarke claims that I was “clearly fearmongering,” but then admits, “this depiction is fairly accurate.” Okay, then.
The ease of ascribing beauty to intelligent design contrasts with the impossibility of explaining its origin by material causes.
Our brains have vastly more ability than is needed for survival, most notably the capacity for language and abstract thought.
Ruth Marcus sees the eugenics danger with which we are presented — and doesn’t care.
Shelley’s cautionary tale of a scientific experiment run amok has profound implications for today’s bioethics debates.