Free Science

Everyday, scientific discovery is inhibited as inquiring minds labor under the prospect of academic reprisal if their research runs afoul of prevailing orthodoxies. Here are some of their stories.

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From Galileo to Scopes

A refresher on the history and philosophy of science with respect to free inquiry.

Free Inquiry, Sources From Socrates to Paul, Locke, Voltaire, Jefferson, Mill, Sagan, and others, the paramount importance of the freedom of though is well attested. Kitzmiller Vs. DoverTraipsing into Evolution A book-length critique of federal Judge John E. Jones’s decision in the Kitzmiller v. Dover case. Expelled No Intelligence Allowed “I have always assumed that scientists were free to ask any question, to pursue any line of inquiry, without fear of reprisal,” Stein tells moviegoers. “But recently I have been alarmed to discover that this is not the case.”