Science, Reason, and Free Inquiry come to the Pacific Northwest
Few issues in bioethics have received as much sustained attention as the question of whether the terminally ill should have the right to hasten their deaths through prescribed medication, a practice known as assisted suicide or assistance in dying. This question has been debated in Congress, state legislatures, the Supreme Court, in books and scholarly …
Held at Conway Hall, London on 18th January 2008, CFI London’s inaugural event proved very successful with leading lights from the British and American academic, skeptical, secular and humanist communities speaking and participating in discussions. Nearly 150 people attended the day and evening event, and included delegates from the British Isles, Scandanavia, Eastern and Western Europe and the US.
The Center for Inquiry reports on the year 2007.
Same-Sex Marriage—and Marriage by Ruth Mitchell
CFI Expands to the United Kingdom, Ceremony to be held on January 18, 2008
Protecting Scientific Integrity #2 – Ronald A. Lindsay, J.D., Ph.D., Derek Araujo, J.D., and Daniel Horowitz, J.D
“The Ethics of Genetic Engineering,” by David Koepsell
Understanding The Intelligent Design Creationist Movement: Its True Nature and Goals
Bart Sibrel, a conspiracy theorist who believes that NASA faked the moon landing, confronted retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin on Se