niedziela, 3 marca 2019

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N. Climenhaga: The concept of probability is not as simple as you think.
D. Carrington: Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'.
D. Wallace-Wells: Time to Panic.
R. Crisp: Taking back control for real: the case for open borders.
L. Dallman, B. Leiter: Marx and Marxism.
Vices of the Mind: Fake News, Conspiracy Theories, Bullshit etc… Quassim Cassam intrviewed by Richard Marshall.
A. Fernandes: The future seems wide open with possibilities – but is it?
S. Helle: Between gods and animals: becoming human in the Gilgamesh epic.
A. H. Goldman: Why Sexual Morality Doesn't Exist. 
J. Schwarz: Elliott Abrams, Trump’s Pick to Bring “Democracy” to Venezuela, Has Spent His Life Crushing Democracy.
T. Carlson: Why Are These Professional War Peddlers Still Around?
J. Sachs: Green New Deal is feasible and affordable.
N. Roth: Israel's fascist sideshow takes center stage.
A. Bastani: The coup in Venezuela, explained.
A. de Zayas: As a former UN special rapporteur, the coup in Venezuela reminds me of the rush to war in Iraq.
An Ocean of Lies on Venezuela: Abby Martin & UN Rapporteur Expose Coup.
E. Schwitzgebel: Studying Ethics Should Influence Your Behavior (But It Doesn't Seem to).
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A. Alpert: The Good-Enough Life.
G. Greenwald: Jeff Bezos Protests the Invasion of His Privacy, as Amazon Builds a Sprawling Surveillance State for Everyone Else.
Recently Published Book Spotlight: When All Else Fails. Jason Brennan interviewed by Nathan Eckstrand.

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  1. Jeśli kogoś interesuje płomienna polemika w kwestii biedronek (teza artykułu D. Carringtona): http://www.listyznaszegosadu.pl/nauka/wyprane-klamstwa

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