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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
- 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
- Philosophy Graduate Abilities
- Fallacies Poster
- What Truth Doesn’t Mean
- Philosophy of Religion - Unit Exam
- Correlation Does Not Imply Causation
- Philosophy of Religion
- IVF - how old is too old?
- Philosophy of Religion - Richard Dawkins' rejection of the argument from design
- The Fallacy of 'Deepest Offence'
- Banning Religion - An interesting hypothetical
- Peter Singer Full Text Articles (Ethics)
- Basic Moral Orientations
- Hume's Problem of Induction
USEFUL RSS FEEDS
- #SciAmBlogs Monday - eating healthfully, DSM-5, polyploidy, fecal transplants, non-identical twins, and more.
- Cancer, genomics and technological solutionism: A time to be wary
- DSM-5: Caught between Mental Illness Stigma and Anti-Psychiatry Prejudice
- China's One-Child Policy Affects Personality
- Why Feeling Anxious about a Vaccine Makes It More Effective (and Other Benefits of Short-Term Stress)
- TED: Peter Singer: The why and how of effective altruism - Peter Singer (2013)
- TED: Sergey Brin: Why Google Glass? - Sergey Brin (2013)
- TED: Jay Silver: Hack a banana, make a keyboard! - Jay Silver (2013)
- TED: Liu Bolin: The invisible man - Liu Bolin (2013)
- TED: Maria Bezaitis: The surprising need for strangeness - Maria Bezaitis (2013)