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Mary and the zombies: consciousness revisited

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Gary Gutting responds to readers’ theories on whether consciousness can be explained by science.

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La filosofía de la biología como campo interdisciplinar

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Breve contribución solicitada para el foro organizado por la revista Ludus Vitalis bajo el siguiente epígrafe: "Desde su práctica profesional, ¿usar lenguajes y discursos de disciplinas distintas a la suya ha resultado signficativo en su trabajo...

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Philosophy Is Not a Science

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The intellectual culture of scientism clouds alternative ways of knowing that can actually yield greater certainty than science.

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Experiments and ideas for teaching philosophically

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Want to engage your students in philosophical debate and questioning?


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Don't scare students off philosophy

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Applications to university are on the rise, we're told. But arts and humanities subjects have seen numbers plummet as students are guided towards career-driven options

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Philosophers on Twitter

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Know of a philosopher tweeting on philosophy to 1,000 or more followers?  Tweet additions and comments to @Lucretius21c tagged #philosophers. Also see list of Dead Philosophers Reanimated on Twitte...

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Robert Farrow's curator insight, February 19, 2013 5:11 AM

Really interesting list... and one that should perhaps be visualized!

Miguel Gómez Parra's curator insight, March 4, 2013 12:32 PM

el twitter como recurso pedagógico

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AVANCES EN NEUROCIENCIAS : El cerebro: una nueva mirada

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Alzheimer's detected decades before symptoms. By James Gallagher Alzheimer's brain (left) compared with healthy brain (right) Researchers have found some of the earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease, more than two ...
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On Being Notorious...: Com Ciência - com Daniel Clark Orey

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Com Ciência - com Daniel Clark Orey .... Com Ciência - com Daniel Clark Orey · Via Americans Against the Tea Party / FB: · Armadilha para captura de Pernilongo! Via Real Truth Now / FB: · Via Progressive Centralists / FB: ...
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Science For All - Ciência para Todos: T68. Favorite Quotes from ...

Science For All - Ciência para Todos: T68. Favorite Quotes from ... | CRFilosofia | Scoop.it
The following were taken from the author's collection of French quotes inspired by their wit and wisdom. “A revolution in science is not simply an accumulation of data, a harvest of results, a change of landscape.
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The new generation of LEGO robotics

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Bit Rebels press reporter Jeff Kell was able to interview LEGO Education about their new robotics, and he got a firsthand look at how they work for you.

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Sean McCullough's curator insight, March 12, 2013 11:29 PM

Lego seems to be impressing audiences with the future of the Lego Mindstorms series. Seeing Lego move to a version of Linux for operating the device seems promising for much faster processing and more advanced features and functionality. Like all other Mindstorms, it looks like we will see many homebrew software kits being developed for the new kit to improve functionality beyond the original purpose. Although there is still the exact same amount of ports on the device as previous systems (3 motor, 4 sensor), it looks like there could be a new lineup of sensors beyond what we have seen before from Lego, such as the new gyro sensor and IR beacon. This could be a promising future for school science and engineering projects as the system takes as little as 45 minutes to build, program and execute the device.

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Donde rayan ciencia y filosofía

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Científicos y pensadores buscan juntos respuesta a interrogantes sobre la naturaleza humana.

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What is the relationship between philosophy and science?


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Diflucan Online Without Prescription – Discover every one of the ...

Annoying fungal infection spoil the living preventing us from standard everyday living flow especially when the infection hits the genital area. Nonetheless.
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Why study philosophy? Cambridge Journals Blog

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In the Spring 2013 issue of Think, Editor Dr. Stephen Law explains why choosing to study philosophy is a wise career move. Philosophy is fascinating, which

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Bertrand Russell on Human Nature, Construction vs. Destruction, and Science as a Key to Democracy

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On the art of acquiring "a high degree of intellectual culture without emotional atrophy."


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Cosmic Rays Come from Exploding Stars

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A new study confirms what scientists have long suspected: cosmic rays are born in the violent aftermath of supernovas, exploding stars throughout the galaxy.

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NEUROETICA E NEUROSCIENZE: CORSO ESTIVO DI BIOETICA ...

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Despite its clinical relevance, direct electrical stimulation (DES) of the human brain is surprisingly poorly understood. Although we understand several aspects of electrical stimulation at the cellular level, surface DES evokes a complex ...
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