This post details several of the criteria that one must meet to be deemed a psychopath, and describes some of the most important recent neuroscientific findings on what is different about their brains.
This post details how creationists run into the massive interconnectedness of science and technology when they dispute the theory of evolution.
This post covers several neuroscientific findings that promise to shed light on the set of riddles surrounding Socrates.
This post contains responses to seven of the most frequently made objections to the new field of neuroaesthetics.
This post contains ten questions that any theorist of consciousness should be able to answer.
This post is about two twins conjoined at the head who appear to be able to read each others’ thoughts, something that could bear on my thesis of mindmelding.
This is a response to a piece critical of neuroaesthetics by Alva Noe in the New York Times’ philosophy site, the Stone.