Tag: Stanford University
“Erudite,” “Profound,” “Beautifully Wrought”: Peter Robinson on Berlinski’s Human Nature
“As shocking and indignant as the best journalism. The work of a magnificent mind.”
Original, Incisive, Brilliant: Victor Davis Hanson on Berlinski’s Human Nature
“A brilliant indictment of scientific groupthink by an unapologetic intellectual dissident.”
Remembering Will Provine, Friend and Adversary
Provine was one of those rare people with a strong viewpoint who is still willing to imagine that there is an opposing view that is worth hearing.
Slouching Toward a “Brave New World”
Genetic engineering could unleash a deadly pandemic or lead to a “new eugenics” with very sharp teeth.
Abandoning Darwinism: Gelernter Talks with Meyer, Berlinski
This wonderful conversation gives you a sense of what a really free exchange of views would be like, the beauty and interest of it, were such a thing permitted on university campuses.