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Daily Archives: February 3, 2010
Science writer Peter Forbes recently reviewed Jerry Fodor and Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini’s new book What Darwin Got Wrong, and Forbes agrees with the authors that there are real problems with evolutionary theory—yet they are not philosophical, but scientific: [T]he problems for evolutionary theory are not philosophical. … Continue reading
University of Chicago biologist Jerry Coyne, from his admirable book, Why Evolution is True (page 85): One of my favorite cases of embryological evidence for evolution is the furry human fetus. We are famously known as “naked apes” because, unlike … Continue reading
Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council in an exchange with Chris Matthews last night: Matthews: Do you think we should outlaw gay behavior? Sprigg: Well, I think certainly it’s defensible – Matthews: I’m just asking you: Should we outlaw … Continue reading
I found this Gandhi quote several years back while perusing an undated letter of his that I found in volume 49 of his Collected Works. At least that’s what I wrote down. My local branch library in Lancaster, Ca. just happened to … Continue reading
An introduction to Camus’s notion of the absurd, circa 1966, and a kind of theodicy prayer to the stones of Winchester Cathedral. And is the singer holding his nose?
Henry David Thoreau: Let us settle ourselves, and work, and wedge our feet downward through the mud and slush of opinion, and prejudice, and tradition, and delusion, and appearance, that alluvion which covers the globe, through Paris and London, through … Continue reading
The New York Times yesterday on what Dennis Blair, director of national intelligence, told U.S. Senators could come to America over the next six months: Mr. Blair began his annual threat testimony before Congress by saying that the threat of … Continue reading
The hooded man in the photograph above is from Uganda. He is seeking asylum in the United States, but he dares not show his face in public. Why? Because he is homosexual, and theocratic fundamentalists in Uganda have succeeded in instituting … Continue reading