Bayesian Inference (and a good explanation of Bayes’ Theorem)
~best to ignore this one if you’re not already in the loop~
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- 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
- Philosophy Graduate Abilities
- Fallacies Poster
- What Truth Doesn’t Mean
- Religion and Ethics
- Philosophy of Religion - Cosmological Argument
- Truth Trees booklet
- Homeopathic leak threatens catastrophe
- Characteristics of a Good Hypothesis
- Society vs the Family - religious beliefs and medical need
- On the cusp of [political] greatness
- Post hoc ergo propter hoc or False Cause - Correlation does not imply causation
- What Price for a Human Life?
- Vegetarians and IQ (Post hoc ergo propter hoc?)
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