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QuickFly: Things You’ve Never Thought About

Mmm... Philosophy...The Fall 2009 issue of The Gadfly is out in print, and Bwog hits the highlights:

Why skeptical science is better than paradigmatic science. (p. 6)

God and poetry: twins? (p. 10)

Stop, collaborate, and think beautifully. (p. 14)

Emotions affect attitudes affect feelings affect actions… (p. 16)

Religion through philosophy (p. 24)

Neuroenhancers: Why? Why not? (p. 2, p. 28)

What would you save: The Mona Lisa, or its guard? (p. 31)

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  • SECOND says:

    @SECOND also, i have nothing to say about philosophy.

  • Re: final question says:

    @Re: final question The guard has legs, presumably.

  • yeah says:

    @yeah I definitely read “neuroenhancers” as “necromancers.” Now the article seems nowhere near as exciting.

    1. Good to know this is Columbia... says:

      @Good to know this is Columbia... and so I’m not the only one. Dude, more dead folk.

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