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David Kelley: A Journey of Conviction

November 3, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (2)

A no-holds barred interveiw with David Kelley on his quest for open Objectivism.

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Conscience and “The Good Life”

September 23, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (1)

The really good life—requires a conscience, the always-reliable mental Sherpa guide in every big moral moment.

How Fictional Worlds Affect our Worldview

September 15, 2017 • ART, SCIENCE, SliderComments (1)

How our brains respond to stories depends on how far we get lost in them.

The Virtue of Happiness

September 3, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (2)

We don’t remain in a continual state; we cannot expect continual, uninterrupted happiness or success.

Does Objectivism Have a Rendezvous with Evolution?

July 6, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (0)

Why did biological evolution, hand off the role of consciousness, in effect the act of being human, to choice?

Love and Anthropology

February 27, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (0)

Curiosity and respect are the keys to making that loving relationship last a lifetime.

The Greenhouse Effect is a Scientific Fallacy

February 12, 2017 • POLITICS, SCIENCEComments (3)

Can a colder body heat up a warmer body? (Why is the moon hotter than the Earth, when it has no atmosphere?)

A Legendary Psychiatrist Says “No” to Sex “Re-Assignment” Surgery

January 16, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (1)

Dr. Paul McHugh is accused of “Hate Crimes” merely for opposing “Transgender” ideology.

From Magic to Reason: There and Back Again

November 13, 2016 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (10)

Christianity is under attack because it enables its adherents to live rationally.

Scientists Plead with Greenpeace for Blind, Dying Children

October 24, 2016 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCE, SliderComments (6)

Greenpeace, advancing beneath the banner of the “natural,” is prepared to watch children go blind and die.