Monthly Archives: December 1998

Satire and the Humanist Message

You’ll enjoy this scientific parody of Bishop Ussher’s insistence that the world was created 6000 years ago. I also reflect on the use of satire generally, for conveying the humanist message. Continue reading

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How Culture Defines Reality, and Vice Versa

Which is real, a horse or a unicorn? We know, but we don’t always know why we know. The same can be said for concepts, theories, religions, and other mental constructs. Continue reading

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