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Philosophy that ignores science risks impotence

Peter Hankins has a post up reviewing Harold Langsam’s new book, ‘The Wonder of Consciousness‘. ¬†While the book sounds interesting (Hankins describes it as philosophically dense, so I probably won’t read it), something bothered me while reading Hankins’s review. It … Continue reading

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