Monthly Archives: November 2010

Evolution of altruism

Not only should we consider that altruism can indeed evolve, we should cultivate the stuff. Continue reading

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Everything isn’t a business

After decades of repetition I guess, like Pavlov’s dogs, we begin to drool whenever we hear the word “business.” Continue reading

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Everything isn’t a science.

Economics is no more a “hard” science than politics, history or sociology. Continue reading

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A little bit of physics envy, perhaps

Physicists seem to have an admirable capacity to look at things in different ways, and not freak out when somebody suggests a new view of the universe. Continue reading

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Doesn’t it seem political?

The “debate” between the neo-Darwinian theory and “intelligent design” is false and misleading Continue reading

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