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Who Needs the Science Wars When You’ve Got This on the Homefront? Steve Fuller

Author Information: Steve Fuller, University of Warwick, S.W.Fuller@warwick.ac.uk

Fuller, Steve. “Who Needs the Science Wars When You’ve Got This on the Homefront?” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective… 1,536 more words

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Teaching Creationism As Science Now Banned In All UK Public Schools

I don’t see this being a HUGE issue in Scotland but would be interested to know what English, Welsh and NI people think. For me School is no place for religion, it is something you either get at home or not at all. 632 more words


The Most Important Stuff

A few people have accused me of being, not just a liberal, but an NPR-listening, MSNBC-watching, anti-religious, feminist, tree-hugging, Left-loving, “user-loser-chooser” liberal.

To which I reply − and your point is…? 990 more words

Say you want some evolution?

I thought the idea of evolution was pretty much established as the way species work in our world. But, that’s not what I found when I looked into the subject. 43 more words


Week in review: Assistance for military service members, education initiatives, drug testing public assistance recipients and more

The Indiana General Assembly is moving rapidly through the second half of session as senators face a February 23 committee hearing deadline. Legislation that moves through the second house without amendments will proceed to the governor for final consideration. 1,081 more words


Teaching Creationism (with digressions)

At The American Conservative, Paul Gottfried has a pretty bad day in a piece on how media bias against “God” is helping Rick Perry. Contra Gottfried, Perry’s advocacy of teaching Creationism along with evolution in schools is fair game, and attacking it is not ludicrous. 908 more words


On Another O'Donnell Clueless Moment

In a recent post, I called out candidate Christine O’Donnell (R-DE) because she proclaims her faith to Roman Catholicism while demonstrating she is clueless about her faith’s stance on evolution. 181 more words