As noted in an earlier post
, according to the NY Times, many biologists "believe that if morality grew out of behavioral rules shaped by evolution, it is for biologists, not philosophers or theologians, to say what these rules are." Well if this is case, then we should all eagerly follow the teachings of PZ Myers
to discern the wise path of moral enlightenment.
If you are wondering what gives PZ the right to determine which books are available to rest of us, rest assured. It is because he is right, and he is sure of it, and, as he noted in his "break out the steel-toed boots and brass knuckles" post, he is on the side of reason and human rights
[D]on't even suggest that we're being too partisan. I am on the side of reason and human rights, and my only failing is that I'm not partisan enough.
All this from the Best Science Blog
on the web.