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- Morten Besshø
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- You Are Not So Smart
- The Millennium Conjectures™
- Rudy Oldeschulte, M.A., J.D., Qualif. Psychoanalysis
- Byron's blog.
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Monthly Archives: May 2014
How do you know what you’re seeing is real?
An interesting article regarding the ‘brain-as-receiver hypothesis’. The author, Steven Novella, claims that the hypothesis is nothing more than a convenient way for dualists to dismiss evidence for the correlation between brain function and mental function. He argues that if the … Continue reading
What it sometimes feel like to be working on my thesis.