What do all of these items have in common? To me, they all demonstrate a human tendency to more readily engage with human forms of intelligence and agency.
Science Corner: Take Me to Your Victrola
Truly universal truths can be more elusive than they seem.
Science Corner: What the FOXP2 Say
Regardless of how one understands our relationship to the animal kingdom, many of us are interested in what distinguishes us biologically from animals, especially the animals most similar to us: chimpanzees, gorillas, and the like.
Science Corner: The Word for ‘Gene’
I think it’s worth remembering that roughly 100 years ago, no language had a word for ‘gene.’
Responding to Overnaming in Academia
Matthew Boedy reflects on how we might respond to overnaming in academic life.