November 3, 2015
Of the many misconceptions about science, the idea that it can give definite answers to questions about how people should live may be the most damaging. Science creates and refines useful models of how natural processes work. But the temptation to apply ideas that are valuable in one domain to a larger arena that is superficially similar seems perpetual--often with unfortunate consequences. To read more, click here.
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