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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?
- Biased sample? Circular reasoning?
- To think critically means to agree with me! Clarity makes people angry...
- Stanford Encylcopedia of Philosophy
- Free will is not as free as we think - and that's ok.
- Philosophy Ideas
- Funny Proofs of God's Existence
- Imagining the Tenth Dimension
- What Price for a Human Life?
- New Scientist website
- Philosophy of Religion - Teleological Argument
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- Of Death and Consequences
- I Don’t Want You to ‘Believe’ Me. I Want You to Listen.
- Teaching Racial Justice Isn’t Racial Justice
- How to Reopen the American Mind
- The Green Corridors Initiative
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- 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
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- Creating a sovereign wealth fund in Wolverhampton
- Economic recovery and climate action
- A Pep Talk from Steven Pinker
- To Close the Gender Gap in Wages, We Need to Start Young
- Our Brain Typically Overlooks This Brilliant Problem-Solving Strategy
- Forgotten Memories of Traumatic Events Get Some Backing from Brain-Imaging Studies
- Why People Won't Rethink Holiday Plans during a Pandemic
- Home Advantage Doesn't Require Crowds, COVID Pro Soccer Matches Show
- Microaggressions: Death by a Thousand Cuts
- Racial Disparities Have Been Found in Screening for Postpartum Mood Disorders
- To Achieve Mental Health Equity, Dismantle Social Injustice
- Loneliness Is a Public Health Problem: This Low-Tech Intervention Can Help
- How we can curb climate change by spending two percent more on everything | Jens Burchardt
- How to welcome surprise and mystery into your post-pandemic life | Esther Perel
- US politics isn't broken. It's fixed | Katherine M. Gehl
- The exploitation of US college athletes | Tim Nevius
- An honest history of an ancient and "nasty" word | Kate Lister
- The electrical blueprints that orchestrate life | Michael Levin
- Language around gender and identity evolves (and always has) | Archie Crowley
- The seeds of change helping African farmers grow out of poverty | Andrew Youn
- An election system that puts voters (not politicians) first | Amber McReynolds
- Why I photograph the quiet moments of grief and loss | Caroline Catlin
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Category Archives: Resource Collections
MUMBAI: Astrology has been debunked by most world scientists including India’s renowned physicist Prof. Yash Pal. However, it is “science” in India. Philosophy of religion, philosophy of science,TOK, appeal to tradition, logical fallacies, reasoning. Astrology is a science_ Bombay HC … Continue reading
One of the best and most easily understood introductions to evolution around. Philosophy of science. Evolution comic (pdf)
Is there something wrong with the scientific method? Philosophy of science. From the New Yorker. The Truth Wears Off (pdf)
Are all wrongs equally wrong? TOK, philosophy of science, nature of truth, inductive reasoning. Asimov – The Relativity of Wrong (pdf) Full text below
Nature of Science – philosophy of science STEM conference – Nature of Science Presentation (pptx)
Good Sagan stuff. Philosophy of science. Does Truth Matter and related articles – Carl Sagan (pdf) Full text below
In a Word document. Proofs of God’s existence
Nice little overview of how the whole thing started. From New Scientist magazine. Philosophy of mind, consciousness, self. 20 March 2009 by A C Grayling AFTER John Locke published his Essay Concerning Human Understanding in 1690, he sent copies to various … Continue reading
Electrodes implanted in the brains of people with epilepsy might have resolved an ancient question about consciousness. Philosophy of mind, consciousness. From New Scientist magazine. ‘Consciousness signature’ discovered spanning the brain 00:00 17 March 2009 by Anil Ananthaswamy For similar stories, … Continue reading
People’s visceral reaction to incest or betrayal by others could stem from a natural aversion to potentially toxic foods. Moral Philosophy, ethics. Another revealing article from New Scientist magazine. 19:00 26 February 2009 by Ewen Callaway For similar stories, visit the The … Continue reading
From Philosophy Bites. Philosophy of Science. Nice piece and quite short. David Papineau on Scientific Realism (mp3)
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
Irrational ideas. Intelligent design. Philosophy of religion. Philosophy of science. (cartoon)
A lovely description of the process of science. David Goodstein, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., is Vice Provost, Professor of Physics and Applied Physics, and theFrank J. Gilloon Distinguished Teaching and Service Professor, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena,California. Philosophy of science. HowScienceworks
How irreducible complexity, a stalwart of the Intelligent Design movement is NOT supported by the bacterial flagellum. Philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, hypothesis. Mark Perakh discusses how Intelligent Design proponents created the myth that bacterial flagella look like man-made … 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
If we have free will, so do subatomic particles, mathematicians claim to prove. Article from New Scientisty magazine. Philosophy of mind, consciousness, free will. Do subatomic particles have free will? http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/35391/title/Do_subatomic_particles_have_free_will%3F Do subatomic particles have free will? By Julie … Continue reading
For years, the frustrating lack of progress on the problem of free will has been a scandal in philosophy. Now it looks as if neurobiology may help us out – and indeed it may, says John Searle, but don’t think … Continue reading
An explanation of the difference between a theory and a law in science. Philosophy of science. Theory vs Law (wmv)