A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are made for.
The Garden of Eden in which Adam and Eve dwelt was only an illusion. Before men accumulated sexual shame and celebrative guilt they lacked that character differentiation out of which […]
She had been so close, then closer. And it was so much better than the anger that ruled when Sethe did or thought anything that excluded herself. She could bear […]
[Schonberg’s] music leads us into a realm where musical experience is a matter not of the ear but of the soul alone, and at this point the music of the […]
Nineteenth-century civilization rested on four institutions. The first was the balance-of-power system which for a century prevented the occurrence of any long and devastating war between the Great Powers. The […]
The present stage redefines the possibilities of man and nature in accordance with the new means available for their realization.
The French Revolution qualitatively transformed all aspects of human culture, including science, for better or worse. The institutional ideological changes wrought in French science by the Revolution and its aftermath […]
The scientific process of peer-review seeks out and exposes fraud by design. But antievolutionist arguments are withheld from peer-review because they are driven entirely by frauds including misstatements, out-of-context quote-mining, […]
I would have known right away who you was when the sun blotted out your face the way it did when I took you to the grape arbor. I would […]
The story of the Ten Commandments is clearly based on the earlier story of the law code of Hammurabi, which was a better list and actually existed in real history […]