A skull found at Mount Carmel has changed scientists’ understanding of when Homo sapiens left the African continent.
Blinded by knowledge.
Rabbi Eliezer’s tsunami.
The metallurgist of Roanoke.
The great scientist used talmudic phrases in one manuscript.
Despite the predictions of biologists and astronomers, aliens haven’t turned up.
And of scientism.
The medieval church helped science more than it repressed it.
Despite the claim of two recent scientific papers.
Where else than within the great traditions of our religions do we find the most cogent principles for helping individuals stuck in the psychic entropy of addiction?
A soft boycott.
Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, and the origins of decision theory.
The neurobiology bait-and-switch.
Pinḥas Eliyahu Hurwitz’s bestseller remains popular among Ḥaredim today.