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Guilty and Insane

Guilty and Insane

Dissociative Identity Disorder and the riddle of human responsibility.

Daniel Kriegman
Daniel Kriegman
19 min read
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Should We Consider Aging a Disease?

Should We Consider Aging a Disease?

Rethinking human “enhancement” in an era of sick-care.

Raiany Romanni
Raiany Romanni
6 min read
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The New Prohibition

The New Prohibition

The neuroscientific model of addiction is at odds with our freedom to experience the sensual life.

Ronald W. Dworkin
Ronald W. Dworkin
10 min read
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Cognitive Distortions

Cognitive Distortions

How the culture wars came for Wikipedia’s articles about human intelligence.

Shuichi Tezuka
Shuichi Tezuka
23 min read
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The Burden of the Best?

The Burden of the Best?

From self-belief to self-care.

Steve Salerno
Steve Salerno
12 min read
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How We Can Get Clean Energy—What Needs to Be Done?

How We Can Get Clean Energy—What Needs to Be Done?

Editor's note: this is the third in a three-part series on how we can get clean energy. Part I explains the relationship between Fuel and Human Progress, Part II answers the question “Is Nuclear Power Safe?” and Part III provides an answer to “What Needs to Be Done?” Nuclear power

Robert Zubrin
Robert Zubrin
11 min read
Nuclear Energy
Musk and Moderation

Musk and Moderation

Reports that Twitter has accepted Elon Musk’s offer to buy the company for $54.20 a share have provoked much handwringing about his attitudes to free speech, especially with respect to possible changes in the social media platform’s moderation policies. So far, the discussion has been a largely

Jim Rutt
Jim Rutt
10 min read
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The Ideological Aversion to Harm Reduction

The Ideological Aversion to Harm Reduction

Putting a patient under general anesthesia is a dangerous business. Waking a patient up from anesthesia is an ugly one. After I turn off the gas the patient typically thrashes and writhes like a sinner in Hell. Yet such resistance has never bothered me. I don’t want good and

Ronald W. Dworkin
Ronald W. Dworkin
9 min read
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