Wendy Grossman tracks new reasons for distrust.
Wendy M. Grossman on climate change denial and rationality.
Publicly endorsing science is part of skepticism, but it isn’t always easy because so many people don’t differentiate between accepting science as the best method we have for building knowledge and treating scientists as if they were gods. Individual scientists are, unfortunately, as prone to mistakes and fraud as any other group of human beings. […]
Wendy M. Grossman on open access.
Wendy M. Grossman on giving it a shot.
Russell Marcus on theories, intuitions, and skepticism.
Wendy M. Grossman has read all about it.
Robin Harwood finds a compelling argument for belief in an Ancient God.
How can we reconcile a belief in a good God with the abundant suffering and evil that confronts us? Peter Fosl tries to answer the question by developing an argument from Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov.
Interview by Julian Baggini
Introducing our regular column, The Skeptic. Wendy Grossman is a freelance writer and founder of the The Skeptic magazine