e-life is distracting, but rarely as pathologically as described in this article (which, of course, I read online).
The complex economics, and morals, of pornography, especially in the age of the internet.
Long but very good summary of the current status of the neuroscience of “free will” (i.e., human decision making).
A defense of biological Platonism (response coming soon…).
Do we live in a post-ironic age? And is that a good thing?
Mr. Spock as multi-cultural icon.
The problem with science writing and the middle ground between science worshiping and science denialism.
Battle of the vegetarian philosophers: Tatjana Višak vs. Peter Singer.
Seven movies that teach us key philosophical lessons.
Hitler, the drug addict, and the horrors of Nazi drug culture.
Apparently, at the top of the list of people who need not be competent to keep their job are economists.
Categories: Plato's Suggestions