This new nation would be guided by a new science: a science whose primary purpose was not the aggrandizement of the state through war and violence, but rather the pursuit of a shared, universal purpose.
Skepticism about meaning in nature has been linked to a broader sense of meaninglessness purportedly brought on by modern science.
Nature preservation in nineteenth-century England.
The law evokes a sense of immovability and stasis. In the United States, as in many other countries, legal proceedings are infused with pomp, tradition, and precedence. We expect that legality has permanence: we use the term “natural law” to…
The Mormon Church broke on November 5, 2015. At least, it did for me.
A lot of scientists feel—and I don’t blame them for feeling this—that if we can do this, then we should do it. I don’t think that is necessarily true.