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Where science meets art. The only necessary and sufficient book store in Melbourne.
Hope our friends enjoy the new look and feel – now optimised for mobile devices for access on the go.
Coordinator: Peter Ellerton
Web guy: Jason Etheridge
- The value of subjective experience (or not)
- Free will and mobile phones
- A Critical Thinking Matrix
- The Skills, Values and Virtues of Inquiry
- Science and art from Dilbert
- Why would anyone believe the Earth is flat?
- Dilbert on Zeno
- We can’t trust common sense but we can trust science
- What does it mean to think and could a machine ever do it?
- Teaching how to think is just as important as teaching anything else
- Some useful tips on how to raise an argumentative child
- Working together for critical thinking in schools
- How to teach all students to think critically
- Do we live in a simulation?
- Digital Piracy
- Can We Choose To Believe Something?
- Philosophy of Religion
- Peter Singer Full Text Articles (Ethics)
- Honesty and Charity in Arguments
- The Truth Wears Off
- Tackling the Problem of Free Will
- If it's not right to rape a rapist, how can it be OK to kill a killer?
- Free Will vs the Programmed Brain
- Reasons for Reason
- Peace of Mind: Near-Death Experiences Now Found to Have Scientific Explanations
USEFUL RSS FEEDS
- How Should We Respond to ‘Evil’?
- America’s New Normal
- The Violence of Forgetting
- No, He’s Not Hitler. And Yet ...
- Clinging to Our ‘Roots’
- Letter From Austria: Is Europe’s ‘Tolerant Society’ Backfiring?
- Our Crime Against the Planet, and Ourselves
- Consciousness Isn’t a Mystery. It’s Matter.
- If Philosophy Won’t Diversify, Let’s Call It What It Really Is
- Trump, Truth and the Power of Contradiction
- Including males critical to the State of Women
- From Shareholder to Stakeholder
- Trusteeship in the Harmony of Nature
- Making the most of crowdfunding
- Blooming teachers
- The Future ‘Good University’
- Were Presidential Tears in Vain?
- Article: Reinventing Social Innovation Contests
- Article: A Networking Approach to Innovation
- Blog: Project Managing Policy Change
- How to Talk to Kids about Shootings and Gun Violence
- Do Dogs Get the Point?
- How to Coach Like an Olympian
- Animal Study Finds a Brain Circuit That Spurs Bullying
- Unlocking the Mystery of How the Brain Creates Vision
- Don't Hide Your Identity on Online Dating Sites
- Made Ya Look, Monkey
- The Power of Collective Memory
- Understanding Our Polarized Political Landscape Requires a Long, Deep Look at Our Worldviews
- Peer Pressure Can Be Used to Enhance Learning and Creativity
- Clues to prehistoric times, found in blind cavefish | Prosanta Chakrabarty
- Why you think you're right -- even if you're wrong | Julia Galef
- How computers are learning to be creative | Blaise Agüera y Arcas
- How a blind astronomer found a way to hear the stars | Wanda Diaz Merced
- What can we learn from shortcuts? | Tom Hulme
- Who are you, really? The puzzle of personality | Brian Little
- How to fix a broken education system ... without any more money | Seema Bansal
- Why genetic research must be more diverse | Keolu Fox
- I survived a terrorist attack. Here's what I learned | Gill Hicks
- How better tech could protect us from distraction | Tristan Harris