Melissa Cain Travis traces the intellectual pedigree of Johannes Kepler’s ideas all the way back to the ancients.
“Scientists do love a good story,” says Keas. “Turns out there are plenty of stories we shouldn’t believe.”
It was undoubtedly a tremendous philosophical coup for Darwin whose knowledge of formal philosophy was limited.
What many responded to in Wordsworth’s evocations of Nature’s sacrality was his restoration of a partially obscured link between Nature and the divine.
Dr. Egnor addresses the claim that the rise of atheism has somehow been a boon to science. Not so, Egnor says.