Even if you don’t know how to define life, you know it when you see it. But how?
As Darwin himself said, in a scientific context, “A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question.”
Writing in the Seattle Times, Discovery Institute board member Brian Mistele, and Tom Alberg of Madrona Venture Group explain the mission of the Cascadia Center’s ACES Northwest Network. They explain that Pacific Northwest is in prime position to embrace the ACES approach to transportation at a broad regional level and be a leader for the nation in our approach to these life and culture changing vehicles. Read More ›
“What happens when an up-and-coming European bioscientist flips from Darwin disciple to Darwin defector?”
President Trump says that his highest legislative priority in 2018 is an infrastructure bill that includes private investments in “roads, rails and regulatory reform.” The best way to enlist the private sector in the passenger rail element of an infrastructure plan is to open the 15 national long-distance corridors and 27 state-supported routes to private competition with Amtrak. Read More ›
Weikart, a meticulous scholar, traces the connection in his book From Darwin to Hitler, demonstrating that Darwin’s theory is tainted at its origins.
And now for something completely different.
The Gilder Fellows Seminar is an intimate study experience with Discovery Institute Fellows, taking place in Seattle, WA in Summer 2018. At the Gilder Fellows Seminar, you’ll have the chance to hear from scholars George Gilder, Michael Medved, Jay Richards, John West, and others. Through guided lecturers and readings, participants will explore questions such as: • Is free enterprise still the best system for human flourishing? • How do we cultivate the “spirit of enterprise”? • What do cultures need to alleviate poverty and create wealth? • How should we respond to the resurgence of interest in socialism? • Is capitalism based on Social Darwinism? • How does capitalism relate to the Bible and the Judeo-Christian tradition? • What makes Read More ›
What do we miss, as members of the public, by focusing on daily headlines rather than pulling back for the big picture sometimes?