Interview with Deo Ssekitooleko — Representative of Center for Inquiry International — Uganda

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: In brief, what is your family story? Deo Ssekitooleko: I was born in a poor African family. I first saw my biological father when I was ten years old. I am the heir of my late father, Fulgensio Ssekitooleko. He was a very committed … Continue reading

The Charge of ‘Scientism’, and Philosophy and Science!

By Dr. Stephen Law and Scott Douglas Jacobsen Some scientists dismiss philosophy. They think science and empirical observation provide the sole window into reality. How can we gain insight into the nature of the world out there by sitting down, closing our eyes, and just thinking about it? How can we find out … Continue reading

In Conversation with Melissa Krawczyk – Atheist, Secular Humanist, and Skeptic

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Melissa Krawczyk is an atheist, skeptic, and secular humanist by worldview and science mom, Arabic speaker in training, and author-to-be by professions, and has worked in a variety of domains including materials and engineering science, ergonomics consulting, and skincare. Here we talk about her work, views, and … Continue reading

Atheism, white nationalism, and anti-Muslim hate in Canada

It’s no great secret that several prominent atheists have dabbled in scientific racism and islamophobia. It’s also no great secret that white nationalist and anti-Muslim movements have slithered out of the sewers of Canada to become headline news events in several major cities. Is there a relationship between those movements … Continue reading

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