Tag: Richard Lewontin
Remembering a Biologist’s Remarkable Confession of Faith
I am not of the opinion that we should speak only good of the dead. The passing of a public figure is a good time to consider his impact.
Honoring Richard Lewontin, Famed Evolutionary Biologist and Sometime Critic of His Own Field
The quote for which Lewontin has become best known appeared in his 1997 review of a book by Carl Sagan.
Richard Lewontin (1929-2021), Mensch
As I stood by the lab doorway, Lewontin — who was sitting right down front — looked back towards the door and caught my eye.
Meyer on Looking for Croissants in an Art Museum
Scientists who label intelligent design as a “God of the gaps” argument are not unlike the incensed man in the art gallery.
Our Friend, Tom Bethell
On February 12, 2021, Tom Bethell passed away at the age of 84 after a long illness.