Reversing the Inquisition

Social Sciences

Reversing the Inquisition — Spain’s cabinet on Friday approved a bill allowing descendants of Jews forced into exile centuries ago the right to dual citizenship, aiming to fix what the government calls the “historic mistake” of sending Sephardic Jews into exile starting in 1492 during the Inquisition.  Possible case study in left-hand kingdom justice.

Science, Trust, Stats, and Research

Science, Trust, Stats, and Research — This article addressed current issues in research, replication, and the reliability of science methods and practitioners.  While the author concludes with a positive outlook, the issues raise several questions about evidence, how evidence is collected and interpreted, and distinguishing evidence from non-evidential factors such as “trust,” gate-keeping, and the […]

 
 
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