Author: Denyse O'Leary
Matching Darwin’s "Tree of Life," the "Tree of Intelligence" Comes Crashing Down
Recent research has shown that grey parrots and ravens can solve some puzzles as well as apes.
There’s a Gene for That…Or Is There?
A CNN headline claims, “Blame genetics for bad driving, study finds.” “Genes for,” however, are dangerous words in genetics.
Post-Election Special: The Evolutionary Psychologist Knows Why You Vote — and Shop, and Tip at Restaurants
The most popular naturalist account today is that a non-human past accounts for our minds, attitudes, values, beliefs, and behavior.
Can We Talk? Human Language as the Business End of Consciousness
Naturalism (the view that it’s material nature all the way down) hasn’t fared much better with human language than with consciousness.
Would We Give Up Naturalism to Solve the Hard Problem of Consciousness?
What if the answers to some scientific questions were correct but defined as outside the bounds of science?