czwartek, 29 maja 2014

Bez komentarza 23.04. - 21.05.2014

S. Samuelson: Why I Teach Plato to Plumbers.
S. Kean: Phineas Gage, Neuroscience's Most Famous Patient. 
K. Ahlstrom-Vij: Rumsfeld Is a Bad Epistemologist.
The universe as we find it. John Heil interviewed by Richard Marshall.
E. Schwitzgebel: How to Be a Part of God's Mind.
E. Schwitzgebel: The 1935 Preface to 'Kant-Studien'.
E. Schwitzgebel: Nazi Philosophers.
P. Horwich: Was Wittgenstein Right?
B. Leiter: Horwich on Wittgenstein.
What Does Buddhism Require? Garry Gutting interviews Jay Garfield.
The Case for 'Soft Atheism'. Garry Gutting interviews Philip Kitcher.
J. Cook: Glen Greenwald's Great Betrayal. 
R. M. Solow: Thomas Piketty Is Right. 
S. Blackburn: Against Relativism.
P. McNamara: How Sex Rules Our Dreams.
B. Leiter: Simon Critchley Rides to the Defence of Derrida. 
D. Linker: Why Neil deGrasseTyson is a philistine. 
L. Powell: An Open Letter to Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Sitting down with John Roemer. By Lara Sokoloff.
Self-Ownership, History and Socialism: An Interview with G.A. Cohen. 
W. Sinnott-Armstrong: Framing Moral Intuitions.
M. Washburn: On Human Nature.
A. Bajak: Lectures Aren't Just Boring, They're Ineffective, Too, Study Finds.
D. Matthews: John Oliver shows how to debate climate deniers.

2 komentarze:

  1. M. Washburn: On Human Nature

    nie wiem, czy to freudowska pomyłka, czy jednak polemika z tytułem :) - ale zarówno tytuł, jak i sam Prinz raczej w stronę "nurture", a nie "nature" :) Chyba że "human nature" szerokim sensie...

    1. To też przecież jakaś wizja ludzkiej natury. Każdy jakąś ma, nawet Skinner.