The Economist The Economist asks: Richard Dawkins

Nov 3, 2017

Anne McElvoy and Jan Piotrowski ask one of the world’s best-known evolutionary biologists whether science can guide us through a turbulent world of post-truth. Can there really be an objective truth, or will our existing biases win out?

2 comments on “The Economist The Economist asks: Richard Dawkins

  • Very interesting. Soul, spirit, feeling, love, poetic. These words express a meaning that factually can’t be quantified. We all know ( I presume) what we mean when we use these words. However it seems to me they are used as traps by theists to explain god and its mysterious ways. I wonder as Shermer and Harris is dealing with morality are there any scientists out there dealing with categorising these words?

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