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Magazine articles on philosophy and fundamental questions.
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August 13, 2007
Brian Doherty
Ayn Rand at 100...a Centennial Tribute (2005) Libertarianism may not "usually" begin with Ayn Rand anymore. But her literary skills and burning moral passion, as much as her rigorous, systematic approach to the linkages between reason and liberty, will remain a powerful introduction to the idea that your life belongs to you. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Stephen Cass
Strange Ways Book Review: In I Am a Strange Loop, author Douglas R. Hofstadter ponders the kind of consciousness animals might have, the emergence of a shared identity between life partners, and what remains of people after they die. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2007
Michael Shermer
Free to Choose The neuroscience of choice exposes the power of ideas. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Scientific American
March 2007
George Johnson
A New Journey into Hofstadter's Mind Book Review: I Am a Strange Loop, by cognitive and computer scientist Douglas R. Hofstadter, pulls out the big themes from his 1979 Godel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid and develops them into a more focused picture of consciousness. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Winter 2006/2007
Raymond Millen
The Hobbesian Notion of Self-Preservation Concerning Human Behavior during an Insurgency The primary bond which holds society together is the promise of security. Once this is broken, the individual is thrust into a state of nature, which is mitigated only by the establishment of a common power. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
December 11, 2006
Jessi Hempel
The Science Of Smart Giving Squeezing the most good from large-scale donations takes serious planning. Here are five success stories. mark for My Articles 168 similar articles
November 2006
Nicholas Thompson
Faces of the New Atheism: The Scribe Warren Allen Smith, author of the 1,264-page encyclopedia of nonbelievers titled Who's Who in Hell, is now working on a Web site that he hopes will serve as a resource for philosophers as well as a comprehensive index of the world's most prominent atheists. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Fast Company
September 2006
Slam Excerpt Learn what was said at the Kids Philosophy Slam, a national quest for the "most philosophical students in America." mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Job Journal
April 23, 2006
Craig Nathanson
How a Mid-Life Career Change Can Fill the Void Over 40? Work life empty? Why not ignore the status quo and give yourself permission to follow your heart? mark for My Articles
April 2006
Nick Gillespie
What Good Are the Arts? John Carey's brilliant, funny and insightful new book makes a compelling and persuasive case that creative expression -- especially the written word -- is central to a rich and thoughtful life. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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