So, despite one of last week’s picks, it may be too early to declare the demise of Chomsky’s theory of universal grammar.
Using analogies properly: we need to go back to Aristotle and Wittgenstein.
The dangerous non-science of Freud and Jung, seen through the eyes of Jung’s wife.
“The world,” we read in the Gnostic Gospel of Philip, “came about through a mistake.”
If best options are panpsychism and consciousness-as-illusion, I fear philosophy of mind is stuck in a rut.
Are you smart or rational? (No, the two are not the same thing.)
Bad science is the result of importing the market model into academia.
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