1. The Humanist Hour #83: Julia Galef


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    In this month’s podcast, Todd Stiefel’s co-host is Amanda K. Metskas. Together they interview Julia Galef, the president of the Center for Applied Rationality. Listen as Todd and Amanda…

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    • Values and Virtues: Objectivism Session 3 with Alexander R. Cohen


      from The Atlas Society Added 83 1 0

      Because a human being has a specific nature, there are certain values every one of us needs to pursue, and certain ways of pursuing them—the virtues—we all need to use. Some of these virtues…

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      • A Call for Reason: Seminar on Science, Rationality and Modernity


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        Rationalist Society of Pakistan and Khudi co-organised a seminar on Science, Rationality and Modernity. The key speakers were Mobarak Haider, Author Tehzeebi Nargasiyat and Dr. Khalid Masood, ex Chairman…

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        • The Science of Everyday Thinking


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          This course explores the nature of everyday thinking. Why people believe weird things, how to deal with opinion change, and why expectations and emotions skew our judgements. We examine and debate…

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          • Childlike Trust vs. Rational Wisdom


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            Ken Wytsma, Founder of The Justice Conference and Pastor of Antioch Church in Bend, OR, thinks through the difference between childlike trust and rational wisdom and how we can hold the two in tension…

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            • Glup glup by Little Sponges


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              Our project takes as its starting point the children, because they are not empty minds to be filled with knowledge, but great generators of ideas. For this reason we believe they are in direct contact…

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              • Conversation between Dr. Haider Shah (RSOP) and Anila Ansari (Awaz FM Radio, U.K)


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                Discussion about rationality and RSOP and blasphemy related situation in Pakistan.

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                • Metacognition


                  from Dana Peters Added 550 2 1

                  Skeptics have one defining characteristic... they tend to think a lot about thinking, a process known as "metacognition". Although the human mind is capable of incredible acts of abstract…

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                  • Logic Dance


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                    If you can't make the argument, just keep dancing around the issues...

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                    • Just Say No! Promo


                      from Philosophy News Added 2,249 2 0

                      Promotion video for Peter Boghossian's lecture, "Jesus, the Easter Bunny, and other Delusions: Just Say No!" Watch the entire presentation at http://philosophynews.com

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