The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In the sciences I read Nature,Scientific American, Science, New Scientist, Discover. General-interest publications include The Economist, The New York Review of Books, The New Yorker, Wired, The Atlantic, Prospect. In all cases, I read the print editions. Online, the first stop is always Arts & Letters Daily. I look at The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer and The Daily Telegraph and leading German papers. Sometimes I look at Slate and Salon. I don’t read blogs unless I’m sent a link. For serendipitous reading, I rely on my Twitter feed, on which I follow around 40 people, all of whom I know. If they take the time to put up a link to something they think is interesting, chances are it’s worth reading.
Bioethics is controversial.
No one endorses the ideas or concepts explored here, not even me.
You will develop a strong opinion about something you find here. I want to hear it. Philosophy is a conversation.
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