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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?
- Humbug! The skeptic's fieldguide to spotting fallacies in thinking
- Philosophy of Mind essay topic
- Hume's Problem of Induction
- What is the link between language and consciousness?
- Obese Child Removed from Parent Care
- Putting a brake on tolerance
- Teaching the Nature of Science
- Handwriting analysis
- Both sides of the debate...
- Dilbert- Collection of logical fallacies
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- 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
- How to Reopen the American Mind
- 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
- Students Who Gesture during Learning 'Grasp' Concepts Better
- Politicians Don't Get to Use 'Science' to Oppose the Equality Act
- Forecast or Remember: The Brain Must Choose One
- 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
- 4 myths and misunderstandings about doing business in Africa | Nomava Zanazo
- The giant leaps in language technology -- and who's left behind | Kalika Bali
- 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
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Tag Archives: Peter Ellerton
There are at least 250,000 words in the English language. English – or any language – could never hold enough expression to convey the entirety of the human experience
Obviously simplistic, but ripe for comment!
What’s logic got to do with it? – Some of the greatest flashes of scientific inspiration were sparked by utterly illogical thinking.
POPULAR belief has it that science is the preserve of logical Mr Spocks. A great scientific discovery must surely spring from a series of logical steps, each taken coolly and calmly, in the rational order. But take some time to … Continue reading
Often misunderstandings about evolution are really misunderstandings about how science operates. This document deals with both rather nicely. Philosophy of Science. From the Skeptics Society. Top Ten Evolution Myths (pdf)
We may not be able to persuade people that astrology and graphology are nonsense, but psychology, with the help of a showman, reveals why they are so popular. The Barnum effect. Psychology and critical thinking. Hooked on horoscopes (pdf)
A beautiful analogy between science and chess.
We know that we are aware of ourselves. But we don’t know how. And we are not even sure why. The answers may lie in the physical processes of consciousness 01 April 1989 by SUSAN BLACKMORE New Scientists Magazine issue … Continue reading
Scientific American – 15 answers to creationist nonsense. Includes evolution, as you would expect. From Scientific American. 15 Answers to Creationst Nonsense (pdf)