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- 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
- Privacy vs Security
- A causal nightmare
- Homeopathic leak threatens catastrophe
- Immoral advances: Is science out of control?
- Is Mathematics Discovered or Invented?
- What use Philosophy?
- Meat without slaughter: '6 months' to bio-sausages - science-in-society - 31 August 2011 - New Scientist
- Neuroscience for kids
- Failing the Turing Test
- STEM conference
- On the cusp of [political] greatness
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- Political philosophy in the world: A right to be angry
- Political philosophy in the world: Universal norms
- Political philosophy in the world: Rights without borders
- Political philosophy in the world: Global justice
- Political philosophy in the world: Human rights
- Moral diversity
- Noam Chomsky on the hard stuff
- Awe and wonder
- The Refugee Crisis Is Humanity’s Crisis
- Should Everybody Vote?
- The Perils of Being a Black Philosopher
- Is That Even a Thing?
- Philosophizing With Guns
- Socrates, Cynics and Flat-Nailed, Featherless Bipeds
- Is Voting Out of Self-Interest Wrong?
- God Is a Question, Not an Answer
- Exposure: Chernobyl
- The Theater of Violence
- Trump’s Enquiring Rhetoric
- A Patient’s Right to Know
- Nominations & Democracy
- Modern Philosophy
- Is the Republican Party Doomed?
- A Philosopher’s Blog 2015 on Amazon
- Trump & Abortion
- North Carolina’s Anti-Antidiscrimination Law
- Philosophy & My Old Husky IV: Moral Decisions
- Philosophy & My Old Husky III: Experiments & Studies
- Article: Reinventing Social Innovation Contests
- Article: A Networking Approach to Innovation
- Blog: Project Managing Policy Change
- Putting Morality into Public Policy
- Blog: Statues Wanted! New heroes and heroines
- Blog: So just what should we build? A call for evidence
- Article: A portrait of a life
- From Call The Midwife Poplar to the Citizen’s Charter
- The value of nurture
- Autism: Sorting Fact from Fiction
- Rescue Mission: Freeing Young Recruits from the Grip of ISIS
- How the Club Drug Ketamine Works to Fight Depression
- The Genes of Left and Right
- What Science Says--and Doesn't--about Spanking
- Psychedelic Therapy and Bad Trips
- How Disgusting Are Other People?
- A Surprising Secret to Raising Smart Kids
- 4 Ways to Be a Better Arguer
- Why Trump and Clinton Voters Won't Switch: It's in Their Brains
- Constructing the Modern Mind
- A sci-fi vision of love from a 318-year-old hologram | Monica Byrne
- The dream we haven't dared to dream | Dan Pallotta
- Pirates, nurses and other rebel designers | Alice Rawsthorn
- How my son's short life made a lasting difference | Sarah Gray
- How to read the genome and build a human being | Riccardo Sabatini
- A provocative way to finance the fight against climate change | Michael Metcalfe
- Why I put myself in danger to tell the stories of Gaza | Ameera Harouda
- Insightful human portraits made from data | R. Luke DuBois
- A smart loan for people with no credit history (yet) | Shivani Siroya
- Hunting for dinosaurs showed me our place in the universe | Kenneth Lacovara
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A brief explanation of the cosmological argument. Cosmological Argument explanation (ppt) (Uploaded by Paul Stronach.)