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Some more optical illusions – really variations on a couple of themes – see here – and here.
Here’s an article from Nature Neuroscience that is getting a lot of attention. Here is an interview with lead author Tali Sharot who has cornered the market on “optimism” research. BiologyFrontal lobeFunctional magnetic resonance imagingNature NeuroscienceNeurobiologyOptimismUniversity College London
Alvin Goldman, the doyen of analytic social epistemology, has a draft paper posted on his website entitled “The Social Epistemology of Blogging.” What’s gratifying to me is that via Richard Posner (whom Goldman cites), Hayek, who I have argued is the social epistemologist par excellence, makes an appearance. I have recently argued that if Hayek was centrally…
I’ve had several requests to make this recent article available despite it still being freely available on the Forbes site (I know there have been some annoying pop-up advertisement windows.) Anyway, check out Roger’s co-authored article for EPISTEME on this topic: Epistemics for Forensics. Forensic evidence doesn’t always tell the truth. Forensic evidence is foolproof,…