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Michael Price, Ph.D. is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Brunel University London.
Many scientists see humanity as just a cosmic accident. But in a recent journal article, I describe a natural process that could have endowed humanity with an ultimate purpose.
Is there a worldview that would satisfy our psychological cravings for religion, without requiring us to sacrifice any dedication to science? There probably is, so stay tuned.
To understand psychology, culture, and maybe even the universe, we need to understand evolution.
Increasing geopolitical instability may threaten progressive, Humanist values in the short-term. But here's why I'm optimistic that these values will ultimately prevail.
Who benefits most from religion? You may think you know, but these three observations will make you reconsider.
Why do we so often wait until someone is gone before we openly declare how much they meant to us?