The great question behind Steve Meyer’s new book is whether world-views can be objectively tested.
Douglas Ell’s concept is a dialogue between Doubt and Reason, who sass each other merrily.
How did science, of all things, come to be a vehicle for virtue signaling, a virtual religion, with insiders and outsiders, the damned and the saved?
Physicist John Polkinghorne says that the reduction of mental events to physics and chemistry destroys meaning.
Just for a little while turn off the PBS science narrator in your head. Why should there be beauty? What is it for?