Why is so much of the internet “told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”?
Nobel prize winning physicist Frank Wilczek’s book “A Beautiful Question: Finding Nature’s Deep Design” is certainly worth reading.
Anger is an invention of the selfish gene, an evolutionary tool for the survival of the fittest.
Epiphany is usually thought of in a religious context but it can equally be a secular phenomena where one is struck by some extreme beauty or revelation.
The New Age movement is a range of spiritual beliefs and practices that on the surface is full of foolish nonsense.
“Renaissance Men” were able to master and practice a number of widely different subjects. Can it still be done in today’s highly specialised world?
Philosopher David Pearce has a message of overwhelming significance: The Abolition of Suffering can and will be achieved.
A quale is the singular form of the plural qualia. Qualia are a linguistic attempt to describe the subjective experience of consciousness.
The question “what am I” is the most important avenue any sentient being can enter.
Will science provide what religion has failed to give us? According to the “transhumanists” the answer is assuredly yes.
Physics has created the human mind; physics aided by the human mind can certainly create general artificial intelligence.
Depression and determinism: can we influence our moods, can we “change our mind”?