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Skeptic Magazine, Volume 27 Number 4
Table of Contents

Skeptic Magazine 27.4 (cover)

A Closer Look

Sex: Are We Doing It Right Yet?
Reflections on the Ever-Evolving Sexual Revolution
by Carol Tavris


Can’t These People Read?
by Harriet Hall, M.D.


The Tragedy of the Trust Commons
by Gleb Tsipursky
You’re Not That Big a Star
Using the Science of Crowd Estimation to Debunk Extraordinary Estimates of Mega-Concerts
by John D. Van Dyke

Nationalism Matters

Cover illustration by Jeff Drew
Paradoxes of Religion and Science in the USA
by Jared Diamond, Carol Bakhos & Alex Joyce-Johnson
Why Nations Are Becoming More Secular
by Phil Zuckerman
Protopian Politics and the Future of Nationalism
by Michael Shermer
Baptism by Fire
How Christian Violence Abetted the Advent of Nationalism
by Chris Edwards
The Christian Nationalist Threat Gets Real
by Katherine Stewart
Not Rigged!
How We Know Recent Elections Are Not Fraudulent
by Isaac Saul
The Case for Nationalism
12 Arguments
by William A. Galston
Why Nationalism Is Hostile to America
by Yaron Brook & Elan Journo
Political Polarization
Uncertainty and the Neurobiology of Why We’re So Divided by Natasha Mott


Flat Earthers Around the Globe
A review of Off the Edge by Kelly Weill
by Terence Hines
Bad Behavioral Science Exposed
A review of The Quick Fix: Why Fad Psychology Can’t Cure Our Social Ills by Jesse Singal
by Terence Hines
For those seeking a sound scientific viewpoint


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