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Philosophy of Science

  Podcast from Radio National’s ‘The Philosopher’s Zone’. All about Philosophy of Science. About 18 Mb. Philosophers Zone – Philosophy of Science (mp3)

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Science and Truth

More gems from New Scientist. Philosophy of science. Ontology. The truth is out there New Scientist vol 165 issue 2226 – 19 February 2000 Instruments such as microscopes or telescopes can reveal the physical world to us, showing a cell’s walls or … Continue reading

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Free Will and the Mob

How much of what we do is free will and how much is because of the ‘mob’ we find ourselves in? New Scientist. Political philosophy, philosophy of mind, social philosophy. Free Will and the Mob They made me do it … Continue reading

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Sex, brains, robots and Buddhism: looking for free will

Great article from New Scientist on Free Will. Sex, brains, robots and Buddhism: looking for free will New Scientist vol 178 issue 2394 – 10 May 2003, page 46 How much free will do you think you have? Does understanding how cause … Continue reading

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Can Science Save its Soul

New Scientist article about science and its purpose. What does it tell us about our lives and how should we do science? Philosophy of science. Can Science Save Its Soul (doc)

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