The most dangerous man in Europe, the mind who synthesized centuries of freethinking tradition into one powerful gut punch to the forces of arcane theology smithing, Baruch Spinoza, on today’s Cartoon History of Humanism, over at The Humanist!
Head on over to MadArtLab for Episode 32 of Women in Science, this time featuring Margaret Sanger, the woman whose four decade fight for birth control and research subsidies ultimately resulted in the world’s first oral contraceptive!
Check out the new episode of Lab Out Loud for a discussion between me and the Lab Lads about Women in Science, Frederick the Great, Nerd Stacking at Caltech, and a surprisingly neglected Hallmark niche industry! It was a great time, and we got to talking about a little bit of everything, including the new […]
Check out the new (February/March 2015) issue of Philosophy Now magazine for Dale’s reminiscences of his time as a student in the classroom of controversial philosophy superstar, Richard Rorty. The piece is called Recovering from Rorty and begins on page 19!
Hop on over to TheHumanist.com and check out my newest Cartoon History of Humanism column. Thomas Hobbes has had a mighty bad rap thanks to the American educational system, and it’s high time we recognize what a revolutionary leader he was as a materialist philosopher and uncompromising psychologist. Check it out!