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Kendrick Frazier

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Kendrick Frazier is editor of the Skeptical Inquirer and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is editor of several anthologies, including Science Under Siege: Defending Science, Exposing Pseudoscience.

Commentary: Clear Thinking and the Forces of Unreason

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 26.2, March / April 2002

Comment and Opinion

There is a new need for rationality and reason-as well as courage and resoluteness-in defense of freedom and democracy...

Science and Religion 2001: Introductory Thoughts

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 25.5, September / October 2001

Article

Kendrick Frazier's introductory comments

25 Years of Science and Skepticism—Part 1 of 2

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 25.3, May / June 2001

Article
25 Years of Science and Skepticism—Part 1 of 2

Kendrick Frazier reflects on the first 25 years of Skeptical Inquirer

A Special Issue on Science and Religion

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 23.4, July / August 1999

From the Editor

Editor's note on this issue

Finding Awe, Reverence, and Wonder in Science

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 23.2, March / April 1999

Book Review
Finding Awe, Reverence, and Wonder in Science

Review of Unweaving the Rainbow by Richard Dawkins

Science and Reason, Foibles and Fallacies, and Doomsdays

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 22.6, November / December 1998

Special Report
Science and Reason, Foibles and Fallacies, and Doomsdays

The skeptical movement has gone from an idea in the minds of a few colleagues to a widely recognized international network.

A Mind at Play: An Interview with Martin Gardner

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 22.2, March / April 1998

Interview
A Mind at Play: An Interview with Martin Gardner

His mind is highly philosophical, at home with the most abstract concepts, yet his thinking and writing crackle with clarity.

Council for Media Integrity Blasts Networks for Distorted Treatments of Science

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 21.3, May / June 1997

News & Comment
Council for Media Integrity Blasts Networks for Distorted Treatments of Science

News items from May / June 1997

Something for Everyone at World Skeptics Congress

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 20.5, September / October 1996

From the Editor

It began with a stirring live symphonic performance of Gustav Holst's The Planets...

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