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Daily Archives: March 10, 2020
Documentary Review: “Human Nature” tackles the “Brave New World” of genetic editing
Just a couple of days ago the evolutionary biologist and religion-debunking gadfly Richard Dawkins, whom I follow on Twitter, tweeted the hopeful thought that some British personage making a statement the world was taking seriously heralded “the return of the … Continue reading
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Movie Review: Transactions get messy when “Human Capital” is involved
In film and fiction, the phrase “narrative thread” is commonly used to describe the way pieces of the plot are woven together. “Human Capital” is a smart, well-cast drama that lets us see its threads as they bend back and … Continue reading
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