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Karl W. Giberson
Isaac Newton with contradictions intact.
John H. McWhorter
Charles Taylor on the distinctiveness of human language.
Joel Heng Hartse
How and why languages differ.
Sarah Ruden
The crucifixion and resurrection changed everything.
William T. Cavanaugh
Evolutionary violence and the Fall.
Paul J. Willis
A splendid field guide to trees, best used at your desk.
Robert Bishop
Yeti, Nessie, et al.
Susan Wise Bauer
Steven Weinberg on modern science.
Sarah Ruden
The religion of calculation.
Jonathan Hiskes
Extinction in progress.
Robert Bishop and Robert O’Connor
Stephen Meyer’s case for intelligent design.
P. C. Kemeny
Debating evolution at Princeton, 1845-1929.
Karl Crisman
In search of intelligible nerdiness.
Alan Jacobs
The sciences, the humanities, and their common enemy.
John H. McWhorter
What we learn from California Indian languages.
Alan Jacobs
On the 30th anniversary of "The Last Self-Help Book."
Heather M. Whitney
The science of music cognition.
Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen
Old questions and dubious debates in the psychology of gender.
Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen
Old questions and dubious debates in the psychology of gender.
Alan Jacobs
John von Neumann.
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