Sarah Jones essentially argues that worries about critical race theory have been ginned up by conservative provocateurs.
Literary critic M. D. Aeschliman sketches the intellectual evolution that connects Barzun with later Darwin critics. The latest is Stephen Meyer.
The secularist is right to feel uncomfortable as he mouths a theistic creed. Theists, for their part, should respect this reluctance.
This technology is still a long time from the potential for human application, but it presents issues we need to address now.
Until now we’ve focused on all the applause from scientists. But of course the book is not just a scientific treatise. It’s also a great read.