Posts Tagged ‘philosophy’

The most profound questions are simple. In the spirit of communal curiosity ignited by Edge.org and the British Psychological Society, we invited former PsychTalk guests and insightful writers to reflect on this theme:

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Mind and matter collide in this rich discussion of consciousness with Craig Weinberg and Stephen P. King. We focus on two contrasting perspectives on the “stuff” outside of and responsible

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What’s it like to be a lobster, or a baby? Can non-living things like software and corporations have experiences or even self-awareness? These questions strike at the baffling issue of

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Tolstoy wrote with such empathy, but abandoned his own illegitimate son. Nixon was a great father and husband despite his lack of integrity at work. Why are people so morally

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Memory isn’t for remembering, free will is a farce, and other big ideas with Felipe De Brigard. Find out what it’s like to get your academic start in Colombia (that’s

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