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eSkeptic for February 8, 2022 Skeptic Skeptic

Read More Skeptic In this episode, based on the book Free Speech, Michael Shermer and Jacob Mchangama discuss the riveting legal, political, and cultural history of the principle, how much we have gained from it, and how much we stand to lose without it.

Excerpt from Steven Pinker’s Rationality Mike Powell Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

Read More Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science This excerpt has been extracted from Pages 312-314 from Pinker’s latest book, Rationality Though it’s hard to steer the aircraft carrier that constitutes an entire society, particular institutions may have pressure points that savvy leaders and activists could prod. Legislatures are largely populated by lawyers, whose …

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eSkeptic for February 1, 2022 Skeptic Skeptic

Read More Skeptic Read the Skeptic Research Center’s general report, “Pandemic Politics: How 2020 Impacted Americans’ Social and Political Attitudes,” based on their nine reports from the Civil Unrest and Presidential Election Study (CUPES) released in late 2020–early 2021.

OPEN DISCUSSION FEBRUARY 2022 Moderator Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

Read More Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science This thread has been created for discussion on themes relevant to Reason and Science for which there are not currently any dedicated threads. Please note that our Comment Policy applies as usual. There is a link to this at the foot of the page. If you …

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