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Philosophy for All
Philosophy for All
We organize monthly lectures at Kant's Cave monthly film club meetings and discussions fortnightly Midnight Philosophy discussions on Zoom monthly Political Animals discussion on Zoom fortnightly Philosophical Walks We take an active interest in philosophical education on all levels, including adult education. Philosophy for All is an independent non-profit organisation.
·pfalondon.org·
Philosophy for All
Philosophy Experiments
Philosophy Experiments
Interactive philosophy tests and activities designed to tell you what you don't want to know about yourself.
·philosophyexperiments.com·
Philosophy Experiments
Failure to Replicate: Sound the Alarm
Failure to Replicate: Sound the Alarm
Ioannidis 2015 paper - Science has always relied on reproducibility to build confidence in experimental results. Now, the most comprehensive investigation ever done about the rate and predictors of reproducibility in social and cognitive sciences has found that regardless of ...
·ncbi.nlm.nih.gov·
Failure to Replicate: Sound the Alarm
Samantha Hill on Hannah Arendt on Pluralism
Samantha Hill on Hannah Arendt on Pluralism
Hannah Arendt's experience of the Eichmann trial in 1961 and of the reaction to her book about this, Eichmann in Jerusalem, led her to think deeply about politics, truth, and plurality. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Samantha...
·philosophybites.com·
Samantha Hill on Hannah Arendt on Pluralism
Cargo Cult Science
Cargo Cult Science
RICHARD P. FEYNMAN Some remarks on science, pseudoscience, and learning how to not fool yourself. Caltech’s 1974 commencement address.
·calteches.library.caltech.edu·
Cargo Cult Science
Welcome to LessWrong! - LessWrong
Welcome to LessWrong! - LessWrong
We are a community dedicated to improving our reasoning and decision-making. We seek to hold true beliefs and to be effective at accomplishing our goals. More generally, we work to develop and practice the art of human rationality.
·lesswrong.com·
Welcome to LessWrong! - LessWrong