I think that Noam Chomsky is fundamentally right, and I am skeptical of Daniel Everett’s claim.
A colleague of mine — a former Darwinist who now sees life as designed — told me how he came to change his view several years ago.
Preparation for seed desiccation involves numerous cell processes, gene regulatory networks, and molecular machines.
Someone finally decided to stand up and defend freedom of speech as a defining principle of education.
Darwinian evolution explains biological trivia but stumbles when it comes to the major innovations in the long history of life.
The origin of the universe poses a problem for atheism.
The broader problem, I think, is that too many of us believe that an overriding purpose of society is the prevention of suffering.
David Dickinson highlights next year’s total eclipse.
Telling imaginative stories is a favorite pastime for evolutionary theorists.
Every variant examined in a large sample of human genes is neutral or harmful. Where is all that raw material for evolutionary innovation?