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The closer we become, the more deeply we hurt each other.
Schopenhauer and Freud on the pains of human intimacy.
Alex Rosenberg on his shifting interests.
The medical deficit model stifles and silences the voices of many autistics.
An interview with Andrew Rowan, one of the founders of the journal Animal Sentience.
On the coronavirus, fake news, and science communication.
Follow the new WHO guidelines.
Do animals feel? Stevan Harnad reflects on his fight for animal protection.
How to overcome depression, anxiety, and the feeling of purposelessness.
Alex Rosenberg discusses his views on morality and his disenchanted naturalism.
Current research in economics and psychology helps explain the violence and hysteria.
Sidney Carls-Diamante explores whether octopus arms have their own consciousness.
Alex Rosenberg discusses his admiration for Dennett and his dismissal of morality in favour of "nice nihilism."
Andrew Rowan weighs in on the rising societal concern for animal welfare.
Psychology explains why Joe Biden will be the 2020 Democratic Nominee.
How are trends born? Why do we copy others? The answer lies in our psychology.
Can animals feel? Stevan Harnad reflects on the first four years of the journal "Animal Sentience."
The World Health Organisation just declared COVID-19 a pandemic. What to do now?
Alex Rosenberg discusses his views on atheism, science, and Bas van Fraassen.
A controversial cat study has been temporarily retracted.
A controversial cat study gets temporarily retracted.
Raising a puzzling challenge involving human evolution.
Animal welfare specialist Heather Browning asks us to consider the octopus point of view.
On the best and and only real solution against the coronavirus.
A biologist turned philosopher discusses science (mis)communication.
Massimo Pigliucci on the philosophy of science.
An interview with philosopher, modeler, and feminist Cailin O'Connor.
Cailin O'Connor on the spread of disinformation.
Part 3 of an interview with distinguished philosophy professor Bas van Fraassen on his connection to existentialism.
Cailin O'Connor explains reasons for the shift in American politics.
Walter Veit is a Ph.D. student in the History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Sydney working on health, psychology, and evolution.