Or: when I say ‘evidence-based’, what do you think I am saying?
To say that a quantitative proposition is superior to a qualitative proposition would itself appear to be a qualitative assertion. Discuss.
Reflections on Lucretius’ epic poem and his love of natural philosophy.
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.
Does consciousness and existence leave you regularly stunned and speechless?
In urban environments, we ‘save’ the environment by creating accessible and plentiful ways for people to fall in love with nature.
The idea of ‘getting fit’ haunts (and guilts) millions of people this time of year. What if there was another way to think about health?
Regional interests and global concerns.
How we differentiate the important from the superfluous?
Who to believe when everyone claims that science is on their side?
Every choice influences the choices of others.