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Skeptic » Reading Room » Shedding Light on the Intellectual Dark Web A Preliminary...

Ever since Bari Weiss introduced the world to the “Intellectual Dark Web” much has been written on what the members of the...
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Skeptic » Reading Room » The Persistence of Memory… and of the Memory Wars

You can’t keep a bad idea down. Bury it in here, and it pops out over there. Drive a stake through its shriveled...
Judging the Yanomamo by their covers

Skeptic » Reading Room » Spin-Doctoring the Yąnomamö Science as a Candle in the...

In the following retrospective on the occasion of the recent death of Napoleon Chagnon, one of the world’s most famous and controversial...
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Skeptic » eSkeptic » September 10, 2019

SKEPTIC 24.3 Order the print edition, or download the digital edition today! In the latest issue of Skeptic Magazine (24.3), Steven Pinker provides an (unnecessary)...
Possessed: Why We Want More Than We Need (book cover)

Skeptic » eSkeptic » September 3, 2019

SCIENCE SALON # 81 Michael Shermer with Bruce Hood — Possessed: Why We Want More Than We Need You may not believe it, but there...
End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World (book cover)

Skeptic » eSkeptic » August 27, 2019

SCIENCE SALON # 80 Michael Shermer with Bryan Walsh — End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World End Times: A Brief...
Skeptic » Reading Room » Why People Die by Suicide Jeffrey Epstein and the Allure of Self-Murder

Skeptic » Reading Room » Why People Die by Suicide Jeffrey Epstein and the...

“There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide” —Albert Camus Albert Camus spent a lot of time thinking, especially...
Might is Right

Skeptic » eSkeptic » August 6, 2019

Guns Don’t Kill People, Beliefs Kill People by Michael Shermer If by fiat I had to draw one core generalization from a quarter century spent studying the...
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Skeptic » eSkeptic » July 2, 2019

Stranger Danger by Nathan H. Lents Going to a restaurant is one of my keenest pleasures. Meeting someplace with old and new friends, ordering wine,...
The Human Swarm: How Our Societies Arise, Thrive, and Fall (book cover)

Skeptic » Reading Room » Stranger Danger

by Nathan H. Lents Going to a restaurant is one of my keenest pleasures. Meeting someplace with old and new friends, ordering wine, eating...

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