Due to the tradition of professional scientific writing, major developments in scientific literature often arrive muffled in language so bland or technical as to be totally missed by a general reader.
A New Yorker obit for naturalist atheist philosopher Jerry Fodor noted Fodor’s dismissal of the “natural selection” cult but, surprisingly, did not offer polite contempt.
Krista and Tatiana Hogan provide a remarkable opportunity to deepen our understanding of the human mind.
The laws of the universe are necessary for life to exist. But they aren’t sufficient to explain how life arose.
We last checked in with Robert Lawrence Kuhn as he interviewed Nobel laureate Brian Josephson who said he was “80 percent” sure of intelligent design.