Vanderbilt University’s Michael Bess has written an extraordinarily thoughtful new book: Our Grandchildren Redesigned: Life In The BioEngineered Society Of The Near Future. Continue reading Review of Michael Bess’, Our Grandchildren Redesigned: Life in the Bioengineered Society of the Near Future
The Beginnings of Rationalistic Thinking
The word philosophy comes from two Greek roots meaning “the love of wisdom.” Thus philosophers are (supposed to be) lovers of wisdom. Continue reading What is Western Philosophy?
Meaningfulness lies not in what is achieved or recognized, but in how a life is lived. Continue reading Do We Make Our Lives Meaningful By How We Live Them?
John Stewart is a member of the Evolution, Complexity and Cognition Research Group at The Free University of Brussels, and the author of: Evolution’s Arrow: the direction of evolution and the future of humanity. In his essay “The Meaning of Life In A Developing Universe,” he argues Continue reading John Stewart’s, “The Meaning of Life in an Evolving Cosmos”
Steve Stewart-Williams is a lecturer in evolutionary psychology at Swansea University in Wales. He received his PhD from Massey University in New Zealand in psychology and philosophy Continue reading Summary of Steve Stewart-Williams’, Darwin, God and the Meaning of Life