Where science meets art. The only necessary and sufficient book store in Melbourne.
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Web guy: Jason Etheridge
- Hume’s criticism of the design argument
- Another resource for Fallacies of Reasoning
- Biased sample? Circular reasoning?
- Science and Conspiracy
- The Limits of Imagination
- What use Philosophy?
- Truth Puzzles booklet
- Can We Choose To Believe Something?
- Honesty and Charity in Arguments
- A Useful Introduction to Critical Thinking Skills
- Whose brain is it? Consciousness, free will and the brain.
- The Tale of the Slave
- 10 Philosophical Principles
- The Fallacy of Deepest Offence
- Ask the Philosopher column in The Australian
- Harvard Justice Series: The Moral Side of Murder
- Six 'Uniquely Human' Characteristics Now Found in Animals
- Richard Feynman on the nature of science
- Should we seek a perfect world?
- David Papineau on Scientific Realism
- Paradoxes and Their Relevance to Philosophy
- Stanford Encylcopedia of Philosophy
- Correlation Does Not Imply Causation
USEFUL RSS FEEDS
- The Internet Has Become the External Hard Drive for Our Memories (preview)
- Figurative Speech Sways Decisions
- Orphaned Chimpanzees Play Rougher Than Their Mother-Reared Counterparts
- Stream of Thought Description of Teaching James's "Stream of Thought": A Work of Faction
- Will to Persevere Can Be Triggered by Electric Stimulation
- TED: Boyd Varty: What I learned from Nelson Mandela - Boyd Varty (2013)
- TED: Enrique Peñalosa: Why buses represent democracy in action - Enrique Peñalosa (2013)
- TED: David Lang: My underwater robot - David Lang (2013)
- TED: Sally Kohn: Let’s try emotional correctness - Sally Kohn (2013)
- TED: Geraldine Hamilton: Body parts on a chip - Geraldine Hamilton (2013)
Censorship cartoon I
Bill Leak’s (cartoonist with The Australian) take on PM Kevin Rudd’s reaction to Bill Henson’s photographs. This (and the following cartoon) were used as an ‘ice-breaker’ into the topic of freedom of expression (Social & Political Philosophy – John Stuart Mill).