What’s It All About? Sylvia Jane Wojcik / December 31, 2021
[I apologize to my readers. I discovered a few days after publication that this essay is virtually identical to my previous post. I would take it down but I would then lose the reader comments .]
[This column is dedicated to my mother, Mary Jane Hurley Messerly (1919-2005).] I have been engaged in a dialogue with a scientist who is doing anti-aging research.
Michael Ruse (1940 – ) is one of the world’s most important living philosophers. He currently holds the Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor and is Director of History of Philosophy and Science Program at Florida State University. He is the author of more than 50 books, a former Guggenheim Fellow and Gifford Lecturer, a Fellow of … Continue reading Review of Michael Ruse’s “A Philosopher Looks At Human Beings”
Many people believe that dying is like moving to a better neighborhood.