This from The Atlantic. Philosophyphilosophy of economicsPhilosophy of EducationPhilosophy of historyPhilosophy of LanguagePhilosophy of mindphilosophy of religionPhilosophy of sciencephilosophy of social science
From The Guardian – here as well. Analytic philosophyAnglo-SaxonGodNewtonPhilosophyPhilosophy of scienceStephen HawkingUniverse
This from Intelligent Life.
I’m looking for a suitably qualified reviewer for this new book, the review to appear in The Journal of Mind and Behavior.
Gloria Zúñiga y Postigo’s intro from her excellent paper. Friedrich Hayek’s social theory is well known for his articulation of the paradigm of spontaneous orders that challenges the traditional distinction between what is natural and what is artificial. The problem that Hayek saw is that language and other social objects do not fall under either…
Two articles on that old philosophical chestnut – free will: one from Intelligent Life (neurons v. free will) and one from the sister title, the Economist (Free will and politics). Cognitive scienceFree willIntelligent LifeneurosciencePhilosophy of mind
Check out my colleague’s article in Psychology Today. PsychologyPsychology TodaySigmund Freud