Author of The End of Faith, The Moral Landscape, Waking Up, and other bestselling books published in over 20 languages. Host of the Waking Up podcast.
Social psychologist at NYU-Stern. Author of The Righteous Mind. Reflections on how social & moral psychology can improve companies, universities, and societies.
Resident scholar, AEI. Former philosophy professor. Author of War Against Boys. Host of YouTube’s The Factual Feminist & co-host of weekly podcast @Femsplainers
Founding Editor @QuilletteM.
Professor in Exile. If we don't harness evolution, it will harness us. That web which shall not be named. Game~B.
Publisher Skeptic Magazine, Monthly columnist Scientific American, Presidential Fellow Chapman University
Heather E Heying
Professor in exile. Biologist. Seeker and communicator of truths. Spends time in the Amazon. Rhymes with flying.
Twitter is not real life.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Psychologist who studies and writes about human nature—including morality, pleasure, and religion
Dr. Debra W Soh
Nicholas A. Christakis
Scientist. Author. Physician. Sociologist. Yale professor working at boundary of natural & social sciences. Can slip to a side. Luckily wed @ErikaChristakis
Psychology, evolution, nature/nurture, sex differences, etc. My second book, The Ape That Understood the Universe, hit the shelves in 2018...
Author of four books, including 'The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam'. Associate Editor @ The Spectator, Associate Director HJS.
Promotes civil liberties, women’s rights, liberalism, atheism. Pakistani by birth, American by choice. Exec Director, Ex-Muslims of North America. Views my own.
Andy C. Ngo
I teach linguistics and other things at Columbia U., am Contributing Editor at the Atlantic, and host Lexicon Valley at Slate. Latest book: THE CREOLE DEBATE.
Jordan B Peterson
U Toronto Psychology Professor. NOTE: RTs/follows are not to be read unfailingly as endorsements. I sometimes post material with which I do not agree.
Maajid - (Mājid) [maːʤɪd] ماجد
resisting the democratisation of truth
International man of history. Author, broadcaster, @HooverInst senior fellow. Latest book is The Square and the Tower (Penguin, October 2017)
The Space Pirate - Let art & science inspire.
Husband, father, social scientist, writer, Madisonian. Or maybe right-wing ideologue, pseudoscientist, evil. Opinions differ.
Nerd centrist interested in open discussions and improving the world by fixing perverse incentive structures. Author of the pro-diversity #GoogleMemo.
Evolutionary psych professor; wrote some books. Mate choice, sexual politics, Effective Altruism, freedom. Most tweets are ironic & don't reflect anyone's views
UK biologist & writer. Science, the poetry of reality. Good-humoured ridicule of religions. RTs don't imply endorsement, nor exhaustive research of tweeter's CV
Diana S. Fleischman
Evolutionary psychologist. Utilitarian. Bivalvegan. Effective altruist. I’m aware my name means "meat man". I never tweet about Trump.
Social science, social psychology & science reform, disciplined empirical skepticism, viewpoint diversity, principled defense of speech & academic freedom
Rational centrist & staunch defender of Enlightenment values. Former scientist who disappointed Singaporean tiger parents by working for a counter-extremism NGO
SF-based writer & speaker focused on reasoning, judgment, and the future of humanity. Host of the Rationally Speaking podcast (@rspodcast)
Cognitive scientist at Harvard.
author of UNWANTED ADVANCES: Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus.
Professor of Economics and Faculty Fellow, Watson Institute, Brown University. Works on race and inequality in the US and throughout the world.
EIC DailyWire.com, host of "The Ben Shapiro Show” podcast and syndicated radio, “The Ben Shapiro Election Special” on Fox News, NRO, Newsweek, NYT bestseller
I'm an author and philosopher of mind and cognitive scientist
Here for the articles.
intelligence research, neuro-imaging; author, The Neuroscience of Intelligence 2017; editor of Intelligence, a scientific journal
Jon Stewart Mill
"I've read your preprints -- both of them... And I am supremely confident that there's not a single seminal or innovative idea in either one of them."