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>Defining "political bias" bias

>Bioethics.net blog, by the editors and pseudoeditors of the American Journal of Bioethics, has another hit piece aimed at the current administration, referencing that stellar peer-reviewed medical and scientific journal, Glamour Magazine. It seems that the author of the Glamour article) (Brian Alexander, who writes sometimes politically biased sci-tech articles for Wired magazine and has … Continue reading

Defining "political bias" bias

Bioethics.net blog, by the editors and pseudoeditors of the American Journal of Bioethics, has another hit piece aimed at the current administration, referencing that stellar peer-reviewed medical and scientific journal, Glamour Magazine. It seems that the author of the Glamour article) (Brian Alexander, who writes sometimes politically biased sci-tech articles for Wired magazine and has … Continue reading

>Less than animals, still?

>SR answers “Humans less than animals?” by arguing for his own personally held view (or even a “consensus” of personally held views) with minds such as Peter Singer and H. Tristan Englehardt. The latter’s qualifications for person hood moves well into childhood. If you move away from what we know of embryology, comparative anatomy, and … Continue reading

Less than animals, still?

SR answers “Humans less than animals?” by arguing for his own personally held view (or even a “consensus” of personally held views) with minds such as Peter Singer and H. Tristan Englehardt. The latter’s qualifications for person hood moves well into childhood. If you move away from what we know of embryology, comparative anatomy, and … Continue reading

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