Psychology’s reproducibility problem is exaggerated – say (some) psychologists.
Reading from Behind: a Cultural Analysis of the Anus. “The anus, you see, is democratic.”
Was Wittgenstein right that philosophy is too scientistic? Or was his mentor, Bertrand Russell, on target when he said that his pupil seemed to have “grown tired of serious thinking and invented a doctrine which would make such an activity unnecessary”?
Speaking of the devil, here is a Wittgensteinian defense of literature against postmodernist deconstruction.
Did we say psychology may have a reproducibility problem? There’s more…
A philosopher is arguing that vegetarianism is impossible. I think he’s just confused about biology.
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