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Science and fundamentalism A strategy on how to deal with anti-science fundamentalism

@inproceedings{Pigliucci2013ScienceAF,
  title={Science and fundamentalism A strategy on how to deal with anti-science fundamentalism},
  author={M. Pigliucci},
  year={2013}
}
  • M. Pigliucci
  • Published 2013
  • priorities (Powell, 2002; Wadman, 2005). Europeans have their own problems with dogmatic thinking too, albeit arising from a different historical and cultural background. Consider the often-irrational positions taken by the Green parties, pro-life groups and environmental groups in Germany and England who indiscriminately reject stem-cell research or genetically engineered crops. Or the fact that Italy has become the most restrictive European country on matters of stem-cell research and in… CONTINUE READING

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