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Philosophy and Science


Why We Need a ‘Stuck with Virtue’ Science

Summer 2011Peter A. Lawler and Marc D. Guerra on why in-between beings will always need virtue

Justice without Foundations

Summer 2011Robert P. Kraynak on morality in an age of scientific skepticism

Philosophy Is Here to Stay

Spring 2011Benjamin Storey takes on David Brooks’s social scientism

What Neuroscience Cannot Tell Us About Ourselves

Fall 2010Raymond Tallis debunks the tropes of “neuromythology”

Disenchanting Determinism

Summer 2010Caitrin Nicol reviews novels by Richard Powers and Rebecca Newberger Goldstein

How Can I Possibly Be Free?

Summer 2010Raymond Tallis on the neuroscientific case against free will, and why it’s wrong

Scientists Fallen Among Poets

Spring 2010Algis Valiunas on what the Romantics learned from scientists, and vice versa

Being Personal

Why Are There No Dolphin Scientists?

April 21, 2010

Nations, Liberalism, and Science

Winter 2009

Peter Augustine Lawler on civil theology and civil biology

Plato in Space

Summer 2009Charles T. Rubin on science, politics, and faith in Neal Stephenson’s Anathem

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