David H. Molyneux, Adrian Hopkins, Mark H. Bradley and Louise Kelly-Hope. Multidimensional complexities of filariasis control in an era of large-scale mass drug administration programmes. Parasites and Vectors, 2014, 15;7:363. Molyneux DH. Neglected tropical diseases: now more than just 'other diseases'-the post-2015 agenda. 2014 Jun 26. pii: ihu037. Molyneux DH, Mitre E, Bockarie MJ, Kelly-Hope LA. Filaria zoogeography in Africa: ecology, competitive exclusion, and public health relevance. Peter J Hotez, Alan Fenwick, Lorenzo Savioli, David H Molyneux (2009) Rescuing the bottom billion through control of neglected tropical diseases. Lancet; Vo. 73, 1570-1575. Molyneux DH (2009) 10 years of success in addressing lymphatic filariasis.
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Stefan Basil Molyneux (/stəˈfæn ˈmɒlɪnjuː/; born September 24, 1966) is a Canadian podcaster and YouTuber who promotes scientific racism and white supremacist views.
Peter J Hotez, David Molyneux, +4 authors Lorenzo Savioli. The New England journal of medicine. More than one billion people – mostly in the developing world – suffer from one or more neglected tropical disease.
Until recently, Molyneux’s self-proclaimed masterwork was Universally Preferable Behavior: A Rational Proof for Secular Ethics. Commonly called UP. Molyneux fans defend it fervently (though few have read it). However, in the real world outside of the Freedomain Radio crowd, the book was critically hammered so mercilessly that publicly criticizing it any further actually makes you feel a little bad inside, perhaps the same way you’d feel after bullying the mentally challenged. And that was even before an actual philosopher-David Gordon of The Mises institute-gave the book a devastating analysis. Gordon’s pronouncement: fails, and fails miserably. His arguments are often preposterously bad.
Molyneux has been extremely prolific in his output, publishing well over 1,000 podcasts and videos over the past 13 years
Edward Molyneux was an Irishman of Huguenot ancestry. He never exaggerated, always maintained sight of the elegant heights to which couture could soar. He was the designer to whom a fashionable woman would turn in the 20's and 30's when she wanted to be absolutely "right" and not predictable. He mixed with the aristocracy as well as café society of between-the-wars Paris and gained insight into the needs of women in that era of change and freedom. Molyneux was born in London in 1891 and his first ambition was to be a painter. His sketch for an evening dress won a contest sponsored by Lucile (Lady Duff Gordon) who hired him but this was interrupted by the war when he was wounded and lost an eye. In 1918 he opened his salon in Paris and from the beginning, his style was extreme simplicity and perfect taste.