"Philosophy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Reading NatureReading Nature

Philosophical Remarks on Science News

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
Twenty NothingTwenty Nothing

Part diary, part rant, but mostly sycophantic pleasure - the blog is a runn...

 
Loose moorings; Liveaboard Life In Victoria HarbourLoose moorings; Liveaboard Life In Victoria Harbour

Loose moorings is a personal journey in alternative living on the water, in...

 
Progressive UProgressive U

Students and professionals from all over the world come together to discuss...

 
Mind ShadowsMind Shadows

Between the emotion and the response falls the shadow. I take wide license,...

 
Doug's DarkworldDoug's Darkworld

War, history, and science in a fractured world. A hopefully educated and ob...

 


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In my previous two posts, I looked at pieces by two conservatives--James Livingstone on gender and soldiering and Justice O'Scannlain on gender and marriage--who both imagine they are basing their reasoning on history and verities of human...

Kannu This is a fascinating article on how science is perceived by many specially the religious sort.  I do think that the author protests too much as broadly in developed countries and many other countries who aren't, science has won. If you wa...

So many of us constantly search for the things that will finally make us happy, but sometimes the key is to stop trying so hard.Read more...

In an ultimatum game, a sum of money is to be shared between two parties. If the second party is happy with the split proposed by the first, both get their shares. If he is not, neither gets anything. Research shows that, should the first party offer...

One day last summer, I was invited to join a bunch of Berlin folks to an event in a local restaurant. There was a new restaurant that opened, and so as part of a social network centered around restaurants, services, and other providers, I was invited...

Ed writes, "Here's an ambitious short film I made for the Royal Institution with evolutionary psychologist Nicholas Humphrey -- it explores the problems in understanding human consciousness particularly in explaining how its seemingly magical qualiti...

Our culture and philosophy is sceptical of grand theories and big ideas, which we think best left to Parisian taxi drivers. But aren’t grand theories unavoidable? Would it not be … Continue reading →...