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DOUGLAS ALLCHIN is a historian and philosopher of science and science
educator. He is author of Teaching the Nature of Science: Perspectives and
Resources (2013) and Sacred Bovines: The Ironies of Misplaced
Assumptions in Biology (2017), based on essays from this column.