Usually when evolutionists talk about pushing evolution on the public, they are careful to guard their words.
Novelist Barbara Kingsolver seriously asserts, in her review of a novel in which trees are characters, that they are people too.
Battin’s radical proposals aren’t usually made by U.S. assisted-suicide proponents because they know that our society has not completely swallowed the hemlock (as has the Netherlands).
Let’s encourage dissent and embrace an authentically liberal approach to scientific inquiry.
What is the nature, and extent, of animal intelligence?