Where science meets art. The only necessary and sufficient book store in Melbourne.
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- A nice Philosophy of Mind summary
- The power of categorical logic
- What exactly is the scientific method and why do so many people get it wrong?
- Paralympic athletes faster than olympic athletes — what does this tell us about difference?
- Logic: if + then = why? How can we understand the power of logic?
- How do we ensure we are exposed to new ideas? A parody with bite.
- A Life of Meaning (Reason Not Required) – What is the nature of our relationship with reason?
- Can you name this cognitive bias?
- By what measures can we value human life?
- Teaching philosophy improves standardised scores
- Are we in control of our own decisions?
- Neuroscience and education: myths and messages
- Free will is not as free as we think – and that’s ok.
- Where’s the Proof in Pseudoscience?
- Science in the lead?
- TANK Vodcast On Philosophy In Schools
- Evolution comic
- Vilayanur Ramachandran: A journey to the center of your mind
- Censorship II
- Reasons for Reason
- Animal Actors - Animal Rights, Human Perceptions
- It's all About Perception
- Don't Believe Everything That You Think
- The Principle of Sufficient Reason
- The Fallacy of 'Deepest Offence'
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- Socrates Wants You to Tidy Up, Too
- In Memoriam: What Would Gary Gutting Do?
- The Gender Politics of Fasting
- Affirmative Action and College Admissions: ‘The Problem With Meritocracy Is That It Isn’t Meritocratic’
- The Christmas Time Capsule
- In Praise of Wonder
- Would Human Extinction Be a Tragedy?
- I’m for Affirmative Action. Can You Change My Mind?
- What Does It Mean to ‘Speak as a Woman’?
- Knowledge, Ignorance and Climate Change
- The Ethics of Education in the Secular State
- Phil Witte’s Cartoon
- News: December 2018 / January 2019
- Brains, Minds, Selves
- The Light From Our Eyes
- Philosophy for the Young, Medieval Style
- I Am Not A Brain by Markus Gabriel
- Should We Pursue Happiness?
- Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894)
- The Case Against Conceptual Art
- The Joined-up Big Picture?
- Making deliberative democracy work
- Community café
- The progressive case against UBI
- Waking up to gender inequality
- Walking the tightrope on the future of work
- Design Thinking for Writing
- Inclusivity comes from respect not indignity
- Adventure learning at Crystal Palace Park
- Do-Gooders Should Survey Communities First
- How to Shift Anti-Transgender Attitudes
- Can Outrage Be a Good Thing?
- The Evolutionary Advantages of an Addictive Personality
- Is Only-Child Syndrome Real?
- Cypher's Choice: Painful Reality or Pleasant Delusion?
- In the Nature–Nurture War, Robert Plomin Is Fighting a Losing Battle
- Are Psychopaths Attracted to Other Psychopaths?
- A New Way to Help Manage Parkinson's
- The Cerebellum Is Your "Little Brain"—and It Does Some Pretty Big Things
- What's needed to bring the US voting system into the 21st century | Tiana Epps-Johnson
- How to transform sinking cities into landscapes that fight floods | Kotchakorn Voraakhom
- The political progress women have made -- and what's next | Cecile Richards
- How music crosses cultures and empowers communities | LADAMA
- A life-saving device that detects silent heart attacks | Akash Manoj
- Embrace your raw, strange magic | Casey Gerald
- How empowering women and girls can help stop global warming | Katharine Wilkinson
- Why black girls are targeted for punishment at school -- and how to change that | Monique W. Morris
- 3 ways to build a happy marriage and avoid divorce | George Blair-West
- A mother and son's photographic journey through dementia | Tony Luciani
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What exactly is the scientific method and why do so many people get it wrong?
There’s a big difference between science and pseudoscience. But if people don’t understand how science works in the first place, it’s very easy for them to fall for the pseudoscience.