Gods, Genes, Conscience: February Dialogues
Dear Readers: Please feel free to review the Contents of my book and biography in Gods, Genes, Conscience (iUniverse.com worldwide release 2006); and/or here (Google Books Search 2007) or here (Amazon.com Look Inside 2008). A list of global booksellers near you can be found here. Thank you all for scrutinizing!
Immediate Posting: The following Commentaries (developing thinkings) were made in response to the concerned articles, sources, and dates listed in February 2010, so as to promote the Good Dialogues worldwide. Thank you all for reading and scrutinizing!
- [NB: I'm in preparation of writing 2 books Decoding Scientism and Consciousness & the Subconscious (works in progress since July 2007), so my future Dialogues worldwide would not be engaged, and posted herein, as often as I had been over the past 4 years or so.]
- 1) Let's begin the Dialogue and Reconciliation of Science and Religion Now! -- RE: Darwin Year in review: The folly of neo-Darwinism & Dawkinsism (or Darwinism as atheism fallacy) -- May the real McCoys (both the scientific and critical thinkings in biology) prevail in the 21st century and beyond!? (PhysForumEU; February 1)
- 2) "My hero!" -- RE: But, Richard Dawkins, et al have made him God!? (TheMermaid’sTaleUSA; February 2)
- 3) "What Darwin Got Wrong" by Jerry Fodor and Massimo Piattelli Palmarini -- RE: Kudos to Midgley’s analysis: Classical Darwinism (1) vs. neo-Darwinism (0)! (GuardianUK; February 7)
- 4) Autism risk higher for older mothers -- RE: Autism research requires a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach!? (NatureBlogsUK; February 9)
- 5) Brain surgery boosts spirituality -- RE: Sociopathy vs. spirituality!? (NatureNewsUK; February 11)
- 6) Drug exec to oversee research at Harvard Medical School -- RE: Yes, this new executive position is absolutely necessary at HMS! (NatureBlogsUK; February 12)
- 7) “What Darwin Got Wrong” by Jerry Fodor and Massimo Piattelli Palmarini -- RE: Classical Darwinism vs. neo-Darwinism: What Fodor, et al got wrong!? (GuardianUK; February 14)