All Blog Posts Tagged 'anthropology' (3)

Darwin and the Planet of the Apes

I recently had the pleasure of listening to the translation of the original, French-language book in the Planet of the Apes series in audio-book format. I’ve always considered PotA folklore to be among the most underrated, most enjoyable in all of science fiction, but it also raises many interesting cultural and philosophical questions.

Planet of the Apes was pop culture’s response to the tensions generated by…


Added by Hiram on January 17, 2015 at 11:14am — 3 Comments

Religions Should Accept Findings Of Science:

I'm in discussions with Theists who are in constant denial of Science that goes anywhere near not supporting their Faith.

They claim to understand science and the findings of scientists, accept health warnings and findings in Cosmology and Geology, but only up to where the sciences don't interfere with their faith.

Once there is conflict with faith, they completely deny and deride scientific findings.

Now we know that Genesis and the…


Added by Dyslexic's DOG on September 16, 2014 at 10:24pm — 1 Comment

Sex at Dawn


in a decade or so, a book comes along that has the power to deeply

influence, even make a contribution to the culture. I think Sex at Dawn

is that book. If sex and sexuality is interesting to you, this book is

a must read. It will challenge your assumptions on so many levels.

Even if you don't change your mind, you will be compelled to consider

that there are serious alternative explanations to the standard sexual

myths of our… Continue

Added by Darrel Ray on September 7, 2010 at 5:37pm — No Comments

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