Darwin’s idea of “survival of the fittest,” at least for humans, includes sympathy.
A philosopher seeks the meaning in immortality and near-death experiences.
For eons, belonging to a tribe was essential for survival. But today?
Ancient proteins are revealing clues about the past.
Was it “one small step for man,” or “one small step for a man”?
Lee Smolin thinks expansively from inside the box.
The evolution of good, evil, and the roots of human distinctiveness.
Brian Greene moderates a panel on God, spirituality, and the mind.
Why don’t they get it? A pastor tackles the question.
New research shows many young adults remain religious.