THE 100 BEST NON-FICTIONBOOKS OF THE CENTURY
Holy cow! OK, some are good. Perhaps some have been in the top hundred most INFLUENTIAL books even if they were not that good. But any list that contains Behe's "Darwin's Black Box" can only be called "Top 100 Most Delusional, Deranged and Dangerous Books of the Century". But, of course, the Righties like those....(hat tip, Siris: http://branemrys.blogspot.com/)
Publius is back in form with these two posts:
THE INTERNET & TSUNAMI RELIEF - A Foreshadowing of the Distant Future?
BILL O'REILLY - Master of Pathos
Chris from Mixing Memory is on a roll. A whole series of great posts that I highly recommend:
What, If Anything, Can Evolutionary Stories Tell Us About Human Cognition?
Religion, Morality, and Posner
Do Children Attribute False Beliefs to God?
An Interesting Contrast (between theists and atheists responses to the tsunami)
I Typoed a Whole Post for the Language Log
A Comprehensive Theory of Religious Cognition
What the Cognitive Scientists Believe
Intelligent Design Inferences in Children
"One of the Grossest Oversimplifications of All Time"
Spanish Rats Learn Japanese
The Schematicity of Religious Thought
Words of Wisdom on the "Christian Nation"
Paul Rosenberg, over on Daily Kos, continues his series of Lakoffian analysis:
Uniting DKos #4: The Rightwing Power Grab
Uniting The DKos Community #5: The Social Skills of Democracy
Uniting the DKos Community #6: Cognitive Development
...and people at Effect Measure continue their excellent series on Lakoff:
Lakoff - VI: Prelude to politics
Lakoff - VII: An important contribution to political discourse