Defending Malcolm Gladwell to Intellectuals


By William A. Dembski An Email Exchange A few months ago I was copied on an email from one intellectual to another. The email praised a highly negative review by political philosopher John Gray of Malcolm Gladwell’s latest book, David and Goliath. Omitting correspondent names, the email read as follows: A masterly example of the […]

50 People Who Deserve a Nobel Prize


The Nobel Prizes are the Olympic medals of the mind. They are supposed to go to individuals who deserve the very highest level of recognition for their achievements in the natural sciences, in literature, in economics, and in statesmanship and political activism promoting peace and human well-being. The prizes were established by the Swedish chemist, […]

The 10 Best Forgotten Books


The famous books that everyone has heard of—War and Peace, Crime and Punishment, A Tale of Two Cities—are famous for a good reason. Namely, they are classics. Meaning that they are so well written and provide the reader with such a depth of insight into the human condition that they bear reading and re-reading, by […]

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