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04
2018

A Step Closer to Human Cloning?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Russell Blackford
The recent cloning of macaque monkeys is impressive, but we’re still a long way from human reproductive cloning.

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Jun
04
2018

Disenchantment and History


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By Shadia B. Drury
The cyclical view of history is not just a testament to human folly but to human limitations.

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Jun
04
2018

The Prison of Self


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By Ophelia Benson
Trump’s inability to grasp the reality of other minds is so extreme it amounts to a handicap.

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Jun
04
2018

How Giant Birds Help Disprove the Existence of a Good God


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By Gregory S. Paul
There is no biological necessity for predators; a good God could have (and should have!) arranged the world differently.

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Jun
04
2018

Secular Surge


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
By James A. Haught
The West now is firmly in the Secular Era, when supernatural religion fades to a discredited fringe.

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04
2018

The Myth of Rationalist Dogma


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By Gary Whittenberger
A dissenting view from Greta Christina’s on rationalist dogma.

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Jun
04
2018

Stephen Hawking, Theoretical Physicist and Atheist, Dies at Seventy-Six


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
Stephen Hawking (1942–2018)

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Jun
04
2018

35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry – Vol 38.4


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35 Years Ago in Free Inquiry James Madison Memorial Committee “A national committee is being formed to honor James Madison, the fourt president of the United States. This new group, being organized by [University of Richmond Professor] Robert Alley, will seek to have Montpelier, Madison’s Virginia home, declared a National...

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Jun
04
2018

25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry – Vol 38.4


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25 Years Ago in Free Inquiry “Any impulse to solve mysteries could be seriously inimical to the spread of a mind virus. It would not, therefore, be surprising if the idea that ‘mysteries are better not solved’ was a favored member of a mutually supporting gang of viruses. ... “Roman...

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Jun
04
2018

Letters - Vol 38.4


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 4
Letters - Vol 38.4 Rationalist Dogma Greta Christina (“Rationalist Dogma,” FI, February/March 2018) would have us believe that open debate is an overrated vehicle for free speech and, worse, an exercise that often subverts social justice while masquerading as the free exchange of ideas in the civic square. When we...

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