Dynamite questions to ask when you are willing to second-guess yourself.
What if the origins of human reasoning have nothing to do with truth-seeking, objectivity, or scientific accuracy?
Professor Tim Blackmore joins us to critique the nomenclature of contemporary public discourse.
Note to self: calling another person an ideologue is the height of personal self-unawareness.
What is the ideal interplay between science and policy?
Opponents of vaccinations have just as much evidence as anyone else. It all depends on who is defining what counts as evidence.
Conclusive evidence is only conclusive to the extent that one concludes the absence and nonexistence of all further evidence.
Who to believe when everyone claims that science is on their side?