Tag: Wesley Smith
Racism, Evolution, and Human Exceptionalism
Certain threads in the events of recent months suggest the hand of a skilled novelist.
Human Zoos — How “Science” Fueled the Racial Fire
Ota Benga’s protest — “I am a man! I am a man!” — summarizes the very best message of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Why “Humanize”? A New Effort to Defend the Unique Dignity of Human Beings
One of the tragic trends in thinking about evolution has been to blur the distinction between humans and animals. History warns us not to regard this lightly.
From Pfizer, Scientism and Self-Congratulation
Amidst a controversial national lockdown, economic ruin, and mounting intelligence evidence pointing to an origin in a Chinese lab, the coronavirus has reminded us of a number of things.
More on How Chimps and Humans Differ: Anatomy and Behavior
It seems obvious: humans and chimps differ markedly. But as Wesley Smith noted yesterday, it is not so obvious to the editors of Human Evolution.