Below is an excerpt of comments from an astute reader of my book, The Meaning of Life: Religious, Philosophical, Transhumanist, and Scientific Perspectives:
The scope of the universe is too large for one human life to have an impactful upon it Continue reading Meaning in Life as Being Part of Cosmic Evolution
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”
Michael Shermer (1954 – ) is an American science writer, historian of science, founder of The Skeptics Society, and Editor in Chief of its magazine Skeptic, which is largely devoted to investigating pseudoscientific and supernatural claims. Continue reading Michael Shermer, “The Meaning of Life, The Universe, and Everything”
In his book, DARWIN’S DANGEROUS IDEA: EVOLUTION AND THE MEANINGS OF LIFE, Dennett describes evolution as a universal acid that eats through everything it touches; everything from the cell to consciousness to the cosmos is best explained from an evolutionary perspective, Continue reading Daniel Dennett: Evolution and Meaning in Life
All the past is but the beginning of a beginning; all that the human mind has accomplished is but the dream before the awakening. ~ H.G. Wells Continue reading Does Evolution Imply That Life is Meaningful?