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- Watch what you think….
- 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
- Jean-Paul Sartre's notion of Bad Faith
- FAPSA - Federation of Australian Philosophy in Schools Associations
- Is Mathematics Discovered or Invented?
- Locke, John - Essay Concerning Human Understanding (Books 1 & 2)
- Philosophy in Senior Schools
- Peace of Mind: Near-Death Experiences Now Found to Have Scientific Explanations
- Characteristics of a Good Hypothesis
- Tackling the Problem of Free Will
- Hume's Problem of Induction
- Teaching the Nature of Science
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- <em>MIND</em> Reviews: <em>The Origin of Ideas</em>
- How the NFL Worked to Hide the Truth about Concussions and Brain Damage [Excerpt]
- Targeting Drunk Women Accounts for Sexual Aggression, Not 'Blurred Lines'
- Pupils Dilate or Expand in Response to Mere Thoughts of Light or Dark
- TED: Manu Prakash: A 50-cent microscope that folds like origami - Manu Prakash (2012)
- TED: Gabe Barcia-Colombo: My DNA vending machine - Gabriel Barcia-Colombo (2013)
- TED: Christopher Soghoian: Government surveillance — this is just the beginning - Christopher Soghoian (2013)
- TED: Philip Evans: How data will transform business - Philip Evans (2013)
- TED: Mary Lou Jepsen: Could future devices read images from our brains? - Mary Lou Jepsen (2013)