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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?
- Meat without slaughter: '6 months' to bio-sausages - science-in-society - 31 August 2011 - New Scientist
- Teaching the nature of science (and keeping students engaged)
- Dilbert Confirmation Bias
- Rating Critical and Integrated thinking
- Peter Singer Full Text Articles (Ethics)
- Calvin & Hobbes - Ethics
- The Tale of the Slave
- Should we seek a perfect world?
- Direct and Indirect Arguments
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- What Pop Stoicism Misses About Ancient Philosophy
- Humans Are Animals. Let’s Get Over It.
- Death Has Many Names
- What Would David Bowie Do?
- Are We the Cows of the Future?
- Time Isn’t Supposed to Last This Long
- A.I. and I
- Of Death and Consequences
- I Don’t Want You to ‘Believe’ Me. I Want You to Listen.
- Teaching Racial Justice Isn’t Racial Justice
- The Green Corridors Initiative
- Governance governing government
- Why print money when we can print wealth?
- Building a resilient health and care system
- We'll always have Paris?
- Experimentation and equity in global cities
- Technology-enabled deliberative democracy
- Healthier placemaking
- Creating a sovereign wealth fund in Wolverhampton
- Economic recovery and climate action
- The Brain Guesses What Word Comes Ne-
- A Wandering Mind
- Can Intense Exercise Lead to ALS?
- Listening to a Story Helps Hospitalized Kids Heal
- People Who Jump to Conclusions Show Other Kinds of Thinking Errors
- Large Trial Finds Oxytocin Nasal Spray Is Ineffective for Autism
- Remote Work Can Be Better for Innovation Than In-Person Meetings
- An Inventory of All the Brain Cells That Let You Run, Jump and Roll
- A Cell Atlas Reveals the Biodiversity inside Our Head
- How Pandemic Life Mimicked Pioneer Times
- Can China achieve its ambitious climate pledges? | Hongqiao Liu
- How we could eat real meat without harming animals | Isha Datar
- The first step towards more inclusive dermatology | Jenna C. Lester
- What you discover when you really listen | Hrishikesh Hirway
- A roadmap for young changemakers | Melati Wijsen
- 5 tips for dealing with meeting overload | Cindy Solomon
- How humanity doubled life expectancy in a century | Steven Johnson
- A more accurate way to calculate emissions | Charlotte Degot
- The brain science of obesity | Mads Tang-Christensen
- How NFTs are building the internet of the future | Kayvon Tehranian
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Category Archives: Ethics and Moral Philosophy
Interesting article on why people may feel psychic from New Scientist. Philosophy of mind, human nature, psychics, psychology. New Scientist Belief Special 28 January 2006 Glad to be gullible Clare Wilson It is five minutes past midnight and I am alone … Continue reading
How do we place a moral value on science? What issues are here and on the horizon that will test our moral boundaries through the advancement of science? Philosophy of science, ethics, moral philosophy. From New Scientist magazine. Immoral advances: … Continue reading
The doctrine of double effect, which is the view that it is morally permissible to perform an act having two effects, one good and one evil, where the good consequence is intended and the bad merely foreseen and those consequences … Continue reading
New Scientist magazine review of six traits once thought unique to humans and now found in other animals. Philosophy of human nature, mind. 17:11 22 May 2008 NewScientist.com news service Kate Douglas To accompany the article So you think humans are … Continue reading
Sydney Morning Herald article on teaching philosophy in schools. Reason being … Peter Ellerton teaches philosophy at Brisbane’s Calamvale Community College and started the Australian Philosophy Teachers Network to get more resources to teachers. Photo: Paul Harris August 25, … Continue reading
If our actions are determined by prior events, then do we have a choice about anything—or any responsibility for what we do? Scientific American. Free will, philosophy of mind, determinism. By Shaun Nichols Many scientists and philosophers are convinced that … Continue reading
Debate on whether privacy is necessary in an open society to a large degree. Should only criminals fear not having secrets? Social and political philosophy resource. Mirko Bagaric | August 13, 2008 HOW worried do you reckon people in developing countries … Continue reading
Series by Lawrence M Hinman Basic Moral Orientations (ppt)
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
Animal rights. Human Nature. Humans have rights, should human-like animals? 30 May 2007 NewScientist.com news service Kate Douglas HIASL is a gregarious 26-year-old who enjoys painting, watching wildlife documentaries and eating bananas. He’s emotional, empathic and self-aware and he shares … Continue reading
Booklet complied for a ‘Day of Excellence’ in moral philosophy – ethics shot from the hip…. Includes some nice moral dilemmas. Questions in Moral Philosophy