Don’t be alarmed. I read this so you don’t have to. Oh and this is the first review in which I’ve actually used a curse word. So there’s that.
Articles By: Daniel Bastian
In this brief volume Robert Osserman opens up the aesthetic space as he volleys philosophy in between sets of mathematical exposition.
Columnist Jacob Sullum’s data-centric treatise is requisite reading for informed discussion on drug use and, inevitably, the war on drugs–its basis, its value, its cultural implications.
An updated study from MIT brings us closer to solving the largest extinction event of our planet’s history.
This week’s discovery at the South Pole has allowed us to plumb the depths of time and learn more about the universe’s origins than ever before.
Carl Sagan’s passion for science and skepticism is alive and well in this rallying call to future generations.
International intrigue is on the loose again in this fast-paced novel set in the lead-up to World War I.
The latest Pew poll finds that more conservatives than ever reject evolution.
David and Goliath resumes Gladwell’s tradition of accomplished storytelling but is held back by a confused and murky theme and a lack of scientific rigor.
This handy distillation addresses some of the common misreadings of the Reformation–its ideas, its context, its trajectories–that so abundantly reside along the shoals of modern Protestantism.
In The Vision Revolution, I wade into some of the fascinating research being done on the story behind human vision.