Publications by Year: 2004

Pinker, S., & Goldstein, R. (2004). The Seed Salon: Steven Pinker and Rebecca Goldstein. Seed, Seed, 44-?? PDF
Pinker, S. (2004). How to Think About the Mind. Newsweek, Newsweek. Publisher's Version
Pinker, S. (2004). Dangerous Minds, Lethal Machines: Why I Chose 2001. The Guardian, The Guardian. Full Text.
Pinker, S. (2004). The Evolutionary Psychology of Religion. Freedom from Religion Foundation, Freedom from Religion Foundation. Presented at the Annual Meeting. Full Transcript.
Pinker, S. (2004). Clarifying the logical problem of language acquisition. Journal of Child Language, Journal of Child Language, 31, 949-953. PDF
Pinker, S. (2004). Why nature & nurture won't go away. Dædalus, Dædalus. PDF
Pinker, S. (2004). Q & A Steven Pinker . Current Biology, Current Biology.
The Best American Science and Nature Writing
(2004). The Best American Science and Nature Writing. (T. Folger & S. Pinker, Ed.). Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.Abstract
"A provocative and thoroughly enjoyable [collection] from start to finish."—Publishers Weekly Here is the best and newest on science and nature: the psychology of suicide terrorism, desperate measures in surgery, the weird world of octopuses, Sex Week at Yale, the linguistics of click languages, the worst news about cloning, and much more.  Chapters by Scott Atran, Ronald Bailey, Philip M. Boffey, Austin Bunn, Jennet Conant, Daniel C. Dennett, Gregg Easterbrook, Garrett G. Fagan, Jeffrey M. Friedman, Atul Gawande, Horace Freeland Judson, Geoffrey Nunberg, Mike O'Connor, Peggy Orenstein, Virginia Postrel, Jonathan Rauch, Chet Raymo, Ron Rosenbaum, Steve Sailer, Robert Sapolsky, Eric Scigliano, Meredith F. Small, Max Tegmark, and Nicholas Wade. AVAILABLE AT:AmazonAmazon UKBarnes & NobleIndieBound