Tag: Animal Minds
From Birds and Lemurs, Lessons About Human Exceptionalism
Self-degradation, like the “Galileo legend,” is a vital fuel from Darwinism. Plus, “Another failed prediction” of evolutionary theory.
Animal Minds: In Search of the Minimal Self
Can evolution explain how minds work? Probably not.
Does Intelligence Depend on a Specific Type of Brain?
Animal minds can be highly developed yet quite different from each other.
Furry, Feathery, and Finny Animals Speak Their Minds
Recent findings suggest that crows fear death — many purposefully avoid places where other crows have died.
Are Apes Entering the Stone Age?
Reporting on research from the University of Haifa, New Scientist advises, “Bonobos use a range of tools like stone-age humans.”