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Systems neuroscience highlights: march 2018

Systems neuroscience highlights: march 2018
Krishna Krishna 1 day, 5 hours ago
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The esmé quartet, at the wigmore hall string quartet competition

The esmé quartet, at the wigmore hall string quartet competition
Ava Ava 3 days, 5 hours ago
← Das Kontinuum 2018Posted onbyPeter Smith The semi-finals and final of the Wigmore Hall String Competition were live streamed over the weekend.  Here is a recording of one of the semi-finals, well filmed with fine sound. From 37.45, there is a perf...
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Das kontinuum 2018

Das kontinuum 2018
Ashwini Ashwini 4 days, 12 hours ago
← Onwards!Posted onbyPeter Smith Das Kontinuum was published a hundred years ago. It is very good to see that there is a conference in Leeds this autumn, 11–15 September to mark the occasion, focusing on recent research in predicativity. “It will bring...
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Philosophy by the Way: Why we act

Philosophy by the Way: Why we act
Ava Ava 4 days, 20 hours ago
One of the most lively discussions in philosophy is about how to understand or explain human actions. It’s a discussion that is almost as old as Western philosophy. The problem was discussed, then faded away, then flared up again, again it faded away, a...
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Onwards! - Logic MattersLogic Matters

Onwards! - Logic MattersLogic Matters
Ava Ava 5 days ago
← Every perceptual experience is possibly delusoryPosted onbyPeter Smith The twelfth birthday of this blog went by uncelebrated, but I guess it is a milestone of sorts. While a number of good logic/maths blogs continue flourishing (see the sidebar!), ...
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Why the epistemology of conscious perception needs a theory of consciousness

Why the epistemology of conscious perception needs a theory of consciousness
Deepa Deepa 7 days ago
On a certain type of classical "foundationalist" view in epistemology, knowledge of your sensory experience grounds knowledge of the outside world: Your knowledge that you're seeing a tree, for example, is based on or derived from your knowledge that yo...
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Symposium on haun, tononi, koch, and tsuchiya: “are we underestimating the richness of visual experience?”

Symposium on haun, tononi, koch, and tsuchiya: “are we underestimating the richness of visual experience?”
Krishna Krishna 7 days ago
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Every perceptual experience is possibly delusory

Every perceptual experience is possibly delusory
Ava Ava 8 days ago
← The stuff of nightmaresPosted onbyPeter Smith (A) Take the following familiar kind of philosophical claim:Every perceptual experience is possibly delusory! How do you read this? Do you parse it as(Every perceptual experience is such that)(it is poss...
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Help me choose posts for my next book: culture and humor

Help me choose posts for my next book: culture and humor
Ashwini Ashwini 10 days ago
As I've mentioned, my next book will consist of selected revised blog posts and op-eds. I've narrowed it down to about 150 posts, in seven broad categories. I'd really appreciate your help in narrowing it down more. moral psychologytechnologybelief, ...
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The stuff of nightmares

The stuff of nightmares
Deepa Deepa 10 days ago
← The Pavel Haas Quartet play Shostakovich’s 2nd QuartetPosted onbyPeter Smith Once upon a time, John Corcoran and Stewart Shapiro reviewed a little book, by distinguished authors, from a distinguished press, What is Mathematical Logic edited by John N...
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The pavel haas quartet play shostakovich’s 2nd quartet

The pavel haas quartet play shostakovich’s 2nd quartet
Ava Ava 9 April, 2018
← Five books — Philosophy of MathsPosted onbyPeter Smith This entry was posted in Music, Pavel Haas Qt. Bookmark the permalink. ← Five books — Philosophy of MathsLeave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Req...
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Five books — philosophy of maths

Five books — philosophy of maths
Deepa Deepa 9 April, 2018
← Formal Theories of TruthPosted onbyPeter Smith You may very well know the Five Books website, where a wide-ranging cast of contributors are asked “to make book recommendations in their area of work and explain their choices in an interview”. The reco...
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The paradox of tolerance

The paradox of tolerance
Ashwini Ashwini 9 April, 2018
Statue of Spinoza in AmsterdamSometimes it seems that every philosopher has his or her own paradox. Last week I discussed Condorcet’s paradox. In other blogs I have discussed paradoxes ascribed to the Greek philosophers Epimenides, Meno and Zeno. There ...
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Formal theories of truth

Formal theories of truth
Deepa Deepa 8 April, 2018
← One that got awayFive books — Philosophy of Maths →Posted onbyPeter Smith No one can say that Jc Beall, Michael Glanzberg and David Ripley have rattled on at self-indulgent length in their new OUP book Formal Theories of Truth. Just 119 small pages...
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The experience of reading: empirical evidence

The experience of reading: empirical evidence
Ashwini Ashwini 8 April, 2018
What do you experience while reading? Do you experience inner speech, as though you or the author are saying the words aloud? Do you experience visual imagery? Do you experience the black marks on the white page? All of these at once? Different one...
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Empowering the safety officer?

Empowering the safety officer?
Deepa Deepa 8 April, 2018
How can industries involving processes that create large risks of harm for individuals or populations be modified so they are more capable of detecting and eliminating the precursors of harmful accidents? How can nuclear accidents, aviation crashes, che...
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Condorcet’s paradox

Condorcet’s paradox
Ashwini Ashwini 8 April, 2018
When I made a walk through Paris, two weeks ago, with the intention to take pictures of statues of philosophers, Condorcet was not on my list. I passed his statue by chance, simply because I had turned into the wrong street. But once I saw the statue, o...
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