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Breaking Wrong

No one likes to admit when they’re wrong. That’s fine and reasonable. But if you do not develop the willingness to look at data when it may not be pleasant, it can be and will be damning for you and your business, not to mention life in general. 226 more words

Hard Work

Most positive findings in psychology false or exaggerated? An activist's perspective

Abstract of a  talk to be given at the Australian National University, September  11, 2014.

In 2005, John Ioannidis made the controversial assertion in a now famous PLoS Medicine paper that “ 236 more words


Bite Sized or King Sized?

The pace of life for the average American in the 21st century is not the same as it used to be. The industrial revolution and the information age after it ushered in a new standard of what C.S. 1,003 more words

Making Sense 2: Storytime

Making sense of things is a process of variously discovering and applying logical coherence, empirical adequacy and – the hard one – narrative intelligibility. Narrative is the subject of this post. 1,391 more words

Critical Thinking

Movies That Destroyed Art

For so many years I was regularly confused about The Nation and the National Review. I knew one was a William F. Buckley conservative magazine and the other was more liberal and less dogmatic. 892 more words

If i have to choose an example to explain about DEMOCRACY, then i’ll consider it as an END STAGE of MALIGNANCY (KANKER GANAS STADIUM AKHIR). Can you treat that kind of disease from ‘its inside body’ ?!
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Political readings of 'The Lego Movie'

As I return from my annual break on the sun-kissed shores of Cornwall, I worry that I have almost singularly failed to think about learning, teaching or any other aspect of my work. 779 more words