Edward O. Wilson is Pellegrino University Professor, Emeritus, at Harvard University. In addition to two Pulitzer Prizes (one of which he shares with Bert Hölldobler), Wilson has won many scientific awards, including the National Medal of Science and the Crafoord Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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In his NYT column today, David Brooks discusses political discrimination (“partyism”), a social phenomenon characterized by an increasing willingness to make moral judgments about others based purely on political labels. To Brooks, it’s a perspective that turns politics into “a Manichean struggle of light and darkness,” profoundly debases human interaction, and erroneously conflates the personal and the political. Political scientist Russell Muirhead, though, sees the potential benefit of partisanship even from the vantage of our age’s inflammatory political divide. With Brooks’s partyism in mind, and a hotly-contested midterm election just a week away, we offer he…