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Virtue Signaling: Essays on Darwinian Politics & Free Speech (book cover)

Skeptic » eSkeptic » December 3, 2019

SCIENCE SALON # 93 Michael Shermer with Geoffrey Miller — Virtue Signaling: Essays on Darwinian Politics and Free Speech Michael Shermer talks with the...
Junior Skeptic (cover)

Skeptic » eSkeptic » November 26, 2019

JUNIOR SKEPTIC Download select issues in PDF format Reg. $1.99 ea. NOW $1.49 ea. Created in 1998 by Skeptics Society co-founders Pat Linse and Michael...
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Skeptic » Reading Room » From Camelot to Conspiracy Memory, Myth, and the Death...

Why did JFK’s untimely death produce so many clashing interpretations of one of the most meticulously documented periods of history? This article...
Steven Pinker in The Violence Paradox

Skeptic » eSkeptic » November 19, 2019

The Enemy Within by Michael Shermer On October 6, 1966 (Stardate: 1672.1), NBC aired Episode 5 of Star Trek, titled “The Enemy Within.” Captain James...
Steven Pinker in The Violence Paradox

Skeptic » Reading Room » The Enemy Within a Review of “The Violence Paradox”

Michael Shermer reviews The Violence Paradox, a PBS NOVA film special based on Steven Pinker’s book The Better Angels of Our Nature. Shermer...
What Was Liberalism?: The Past, Present, and Promise of a Noble Idea (book cover)

Skeptic » eSkeptic » November 12, 2019

SCIENCE SALON # 91 Michael Shermer with James Traub — What Was Liberalism? The Past, Present, and Promise of a Noble Idea In this...
Skeptic » Reading Room » Constructive Conspiracism Why We Are Wired for Detecting Danger

Skeptic » Reading Room » Constructive Conspiracism Why We Are Wired for Detecting Danger

In this article, originally published in Quillette on Halloween, October 31, 2019, Dr. Shermer argues that patternicity, agenticity, pessimism, the negativity bias,...
Watch or listen to this Science Salon

Skeptic » eSkeptic » November 5, 2019

In this article, originally published in Quillette on Halloween, October 31, 2019, Dr. Shermer argues that patternicity, agenticity, pessimism, the negativity bias,...
Skeptic » eSkeptic » October 29, 2019

Skeptic » eSkeptic » October 29, 2019

Why We Are Not Living in a Post‑Truth Era An (Unnecessary) Defense of Reason and a (Necessary) Defense of Universities’ Role in Advancing it...
A danger of repressing open debate is that it sets off equal and opposite backlashes. The regressive left is an incubator of the alt-right.

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Is the statement “We are living in a post-truth world” true? If your answer is “yes” then the answer is “no” because you’ve...

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