The Value of Thought Experiments
Think your way to scientific truth.
The Philosopher’s Zone, ABC Radio National
Can Children Save Us From the Fake News Epidemic?
Child development research may hold the answer to our brutally partisan deadlock.
THINK, NBC News
How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds
Research suggests that as the brain grows dependent on phone technology, the intellect weakens.
The Wall Street Journal
Teaching Humility in an Age of Arrogance
Our cultural embrace of epistemic or intellectual arrogance is the result of a toxic mix of technology, psychology, and ideology. To combat it, we have to reconnect with some basic values, including ones that philosophers have long thought were essential both to serious intellectual endeavors and to politics.
The Chronicle Review, The Chronicle of Higher Education
How to See Past Your Own Perspective and Find Truth
Humility means “seeing your worldview as open to improvement by the evidence and experience of others,” says philosopher Michael Patrick Lynch.
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