Tag: Steven Pinker
The Success of Mathematics in Advancing Intelligent Design: A Guide to Reading Jason Rosenhouse
If there’s one thing that Rosenhouse does well in this book, it is to misrepresent intelligent design and its use of mathematics.
Medved, Berlinski Take on Steven Pinker and Whig History
Anyone imagining that human depravity and the God hypothesis are things of the past are themselves living in the past.
Thanksgiving and the Frailty of Scientific Atheism
Our bioethicist colleague Wesley Smith had a very interesting and wide-ranging conversation with Stephen Meyer.
Whitewashing Evolution with Borrowed Paint
A team of known materialistic Darwinists promotes their helpfulness in solving the pandemic, but to do so, they steal values from outside their toolkit.
Michael Aeschliman in National Review — Berlinski Detonates “Fatuous, Flattering” Optimism
From climate change to the coronavirus, one tendency among writers and commentators is to an urgent, insatiable, almost sexual desire to cast unwarranted terror over other people.