Monthly Archives: October 2016

“Building a Better Human With Science? The Public Says, No Thanks” A Brief Critique of the Public

“Building a Better Human With Science? The Public Says, No Thanks”
A Brief Critique of the Public

A recent piece New York Times article, “Building a Better Human With Science? The Public Says, No Thanks,” reports on a new survey by the Pew Research Center which show public skepticism about improving the physical and intellectual life of the human species. Continue reading “Building a Better Human With Science? The Public Says, No Thanks” A Brief Critique of the Public

Summary of Phillip Appleman’s: The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and the Meaning of Life


Philip D. Appleman (1926 –  ) is an American poet, a Darwin scholar, and Professor Emeritus of English at Indiana University. He has recently published a new book: The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and the Meaning of Life. Continue reading Summary of Phillip Appleman’s: The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and the Meaning of Life