Following up in considering Daniel Nicholson’s challenge to the machine concept of the cell, I will examine intracellular transport and cellular behavior.
At least as we’re accustomed to thinking in our age of AI, the alternative to a machine is a mind.
There is no sense in which we can say that Hume destroyed the intellectual coherence of design thinking. William Paley could already see this in 1802.
If I ever get asked to write a chapter on projection for a psychology textbook, Dave Farina’s outrageously disrespectful performance will be exhibit A.
Darwin could never be considered the kind of anti-racist activist Graves makes him out to be.