Humans are not ruled by biology – that doesn't mean it's not important.
A new book explores the political instrumentalisation of parenting.
Steve Silberman’s Neurotribes offers a one-sided history of autism.
Mary Midgley takes aim at those who view humans as just bundles of molecules.
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John Bruer talks to spiked about the myth of the first three years being pivotal.
Ignore the neuro-determinists: man is more than a machine.
Whether based on attachment theory or neurobabble, the claim that human beings are set in stone by the age of three is groundless.
Science has replaced Fortuna in fancying itself as the revealer of men's fates.
The rise of determinism and the denial of choice reflect today’s very bleak view of human beings.