Science and reason were supposed to transform the world for the good instead of soaking it in gore.
“Many will read this book for the close, elegant reasoning, the astonishing erudition, or the mordant analysis. I confess I read it for the prose.”
We’ve been sharing some of our favorite recent interviews with the author. In our final entry, enjoy 30 minutes of Dr. Meyer in fine form.
Today, here’s a wide-ranging and often mind-bending conversation with Peter Robinson.
These examples may seem trivial, as if they were just “the way things are,” not proving anything. But this is not so.