Science has protected its public trust through peer review, publication, and replication. The digital age is changing that.
At the website Credo, our colleague Richard Weikart is writing a clear-eyed series of articles about what happens to ethics when it’s subjected to evolutionary thinking.
Can the flapping of a butterfly’s wings really cause a tornado in Texas?
RNA interference essentially involves a four-step pathway.
Darwin-as-philosophy inspired sociological jurisprudence and legal realism before mixing in the late 20th century with dissident politics and continental critical theory to form the intellectual foundation of the Critical Legal Studies (CLS) movement.