Debates over sex and gender inspire some of the most heated and polarizing political divides of our time. And the root of these debates are questions about the foundations for understanding sex and gender.
We can eat meat and be weak, we can eat meat and be selfish, but we can’t eat meat for defensible moral reasons.
Vegetarianism was only the beginning.
Why might someone in seventeenth-century England have sworn off meat?
The scarcity of vegetarians allows for stereotypes of them to be proliferated.
In the book Grodstein tells the story of Andy Waite—a widowed father of two and experimental evolutionary biologist—who has an experience of faith as a kind of mid-life crisis.