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About the Author: Emily Dumler specializes in moral theology, with a particular interest in virtue, moral psychology, aesthetics, ascetic practices, politics, and social change in the modern era.  Is science [malarkey]?” John Oliver recently asked on Last Week Tonight. The simplest answer is, no. It’s an imperfect practice, but not nonsense. Yet one need only […]

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About the Author: Marc Kissel’s research focuses on the biological and social origins of humans. He is interested in human evolution and in applying mathematical models, genetic data, and anthropology to questions about our evolutionary history. An enduring question for paleoanthropologists is, what life was like for our early ancestors. We can, to some degree, reconstruct […]

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This post was originally published on Big Questions Online published by The Center for the Study of Technology and Society which is funded by the John Templeton Foundation. Thank you to CSTS for allowing us to republish here. About the Author: Celia Deane-Drummond is a Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and Director of […]

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