Scientism is ubiquitous and highly destructive. Dr. Moreland calls it “evil,” and explains why it actually stands in conflict with good science.
The editors of World Magazine announce their short lists for best books of the year.
Dr. Moreland explains what “scientism” means and the conversation proceeds to a recounting of a conversation at a well known medical school with a John Hopkins PhD.
Yet it hangs over and around all of us like the air we breathe, says philosopher J.P. Moreland in a new book reviewed by Tom Gilson.
Granted, scientism can aid and abet evil. Its tendency to do so is predictable. In its blindness it harms and humiliates.