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FW: CFP Folks, Brett Cooke asked me to pass along this CFP. Dirk Vanderbeke (Friedrich Schiller University Jena) and I are co-editing a collection of evolutionary

Carroll, Joseph C.
Feb 4
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience JT, I despair of communicating to you here. You approach science like a literary scholar not like a scientist - you should try your views out on scientists -

tintner michael
Jan 15
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Re: Stereotypes vs fully human beings Good post. The human mind is programmed to stereotype (aka generalize) in all areas of perception and conception. The problem is that many/most people seem to

Stephen Berer
Jan 14
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Stereotypes vs fully human beings There is a general area where narrative/dramatic studies could be of immense direct public value. That is in the study of stereotypes vs what I'll call "fully

tintner michael
Jan 14
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience It's hard, though. I often analogize between sexual orientation and religious belief, to say that sometimes we are just born oriented in a certain direction,

Jeff Turpin
Jan 14
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience Hi Jeff Thanks, and, that all makes (very) good sense. What I'd like to know - is: How to, say, (even hypothetically) change someone from a religious

JT Velikovsky
Jan 14
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience Not that it's any of my business, but I'm pretty sure the disagreement here revolves around an innate, instinctive human need to "believe" in things that

Jeff Turpin
Jan 14
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience Hi Mike My disagreements, inserted below ~ On 13/01/2015 9:43 PM, tintner michael tintner@... ... I still don't see Science as `deterministic'.

JT Velikovsky
Jan 14
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience It would help you JT if you realised that what you have are questions, some vague, very tentative suggestions as to an answer, and the still completely

tintner michael
Jan 13
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience Hi Mike, My (all totally predictable) replies are below. (And, thanks for engaging.) On 12/01/2015 9:35 PM, tintner michael tintner@... ... I

JT Velikovsky
Jan 12
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience P.S. There's another way of emphasizing the division of the two cultures. As things stand, either the sciences or the arts are completely *mad* when it comes

tintner michael
Jan 12
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Re: Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience You still don't get it, JT. The general *idea*/ principle of consilience is great. There is a growing swell of desire for it. But there are no practical means

tintner michael
Jan 12
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Invalid so-called `Criticisms' of Consilience Dear Biopoets, I have found that, in attempting to explain the consilient view to `anti-consilient' scholars, certain typical (and, predictable) reactions

JT Velikovsky
Jan 11
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Fwd: Second Announcement - Sixth Workshop on Computational Models of Dear Biopoets This CMN Workshop below looks good. Seems to be converging on: Evolutionary and Cognitive Psychology. - It also seems to me, that `narrative

JT Velikovsky
Dec 16, 2014
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Re: Comparing extremely-successful cultural artifacts - to extremely Hi Mike, Thanks for discussing - My thoughts are below - (they're probably all wrong, but I do like how passionate I am about them.) ~JTV On 8/12/2014 9:02 PM,

JT Velikovsky
Dec 9, 2014
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