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Author Archives: Warner Miller
It is no secret that science and religion often come into conflict, but even in areas where the strife seems most irreconcilable and most steadfast in moral convictions, there is in fact great hope for reconciliation. Stem cell research, especially … Continue reading → Continue reading
Thank you very much for your presentation in class last week! As a student not particularly knowledgeable about science, and facing an essay on the intricacies of stem cell research, I found your presentation extremely helpful. I am sure you must … Continue reading → Continue reading
Thank you, Dr. Goldfarb, for visiting our class and allowing us to satisfy curiosity on the subject of intelligent mechatronics. We have been discussing thoroughly the limitations of humanity, but often from a philosophical or psychological angle. It was fascinating … Continue reading → Continue reading
Can laughter ever cause sadness? Can sadness ever produce laughter? “Leonce and Lena,” a play by Georg Büchner, seamlessly weaves comedy within a tragedy, and tragedy within a comedy. This tragicomedy masterfully captures a portrait of a wandering soul in … Continue reading → Continue reading
The human species often likes to distinguish itself from the animal world by rejecting dependence on natura land instinctive forces, though we also find writers who belong to a movement that calls for a return to and appreciation of the … Continue reading → Continue reading