Neuroscience cannot be used in this way. The article is naive in many regards. Human life is a complex cybernetic dynamic between brain and environment. Ignore such feedback and the pitfall is there waiting for mistakes of logical typing
Local author aimed to bring human aspect to Mideast conflict Utica Observer Dispatch One “glimmer of hope” was all it took to start Michelle Cohen Corasanti on her seven-year journey to write her first novel.
Religion Leads to Altruism Only If People Believe National Review Online (blog) The New York Times has another of those kinds of articles published lately declaring that human moral agency is merely evolution in action.
I still haven’t found much of a voice or aptitude for addressing current events in a timeframe that seems relevant, so like the Trayvon Martin incident, I feel like this blog post is a bit “late to the game” and with less than I’d like to offer.
Pew Study Finds One in 6 Follows No Religion - NYTimes.comNew York TimesA global study of religious adherence released on Tuesday by the Pew Research Center found that about one of every six people worldwide has no religious affiliation.
When you’re awarded a Ph.D., the awarder makes a point of saying you’ve earned “all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities” attendant upon that title. I remember snark... (Anthropology is useless?
Credit: iStockphoto "There are a few broad principles that we can state come out of neuroscience," says Kurt Fischer, education professor and director of the Mind, Brain, and Education Prog (Neuroplasticity: #Learning Physically Changes the #Brain...
Dopo aver perso tragicamente qualche mese fa il terzo figlio, Tatu, Kijivu ha avuto il suo regalo di Natale: un cucciolo sano. Tatu, 5 anni, era rimasto ucciso, soffocato, mentre giocava con una corda.
The Guardian Iain Duncan Smith's advisers warn of consequence of benefits crackdown The Guardian Testimonies heard by the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC), a Whitehall body responsible for monitoring Duncan Smith's planned welfare reforms,...
Why Culture Is Never Responsible for Mass Murder Esquire (blog) It was like being in the nineties all over again, with the claim by very old, very uncultured people that youth and culture were really alibis for murderousness.
In Europe, fewer mass killings due to culture not gunsUSA TODAYThe USA leads the world in gun ownership, but it's our individualistic culture that puts us at greater risk of mass shootings compared with other countries where guns are prevalent, according...
Scientific AmericanThe Neuroscience Lessons of Freestyle RapScientific AmericanThe entanglement of rap and neuroscience – however irrelevant to the study's interesting results – strikes all the right chords for coverage in the tweet-sized attention...
COLUMN: Reducing the dependent societyAiken StandardSome people are worried that our country has become a “dependent society.” But, what does that mean? In order to determine whether this fear is justified or not, we first need to define the problem.
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