Articles in science & nature tagged with mind-and-psychology

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Alan A. Stone

If there is a moral limit to artistic license, director Alice Winocour has gone beyond it in Augustine.

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Claude S. Fischer

The success of humanitarian appeals  is not a given of human nature. They work because we have come to sympathize with the suffering of others, distant and alien.

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Claude S. Fischer

Should economists be studying happiness?

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Hal Stucker

The gun in my pocket was a declaration that the city had broken the social contract.

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Claude S. Fischer

Does e-dating undermine our commitment to any one person?

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Claude S. Fischer

The decades-long rise in IQs suggests that intelligence is not biologically fixed.

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Claude S. Fischer

We are entering the season of the Great American Choice, the quadrennial selection of our leader.

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Rebecca Saxe

Cognitive science’s search for a common morality.

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Alex Byrne

Why some philosophers say we can’t.

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Alex Byrne

Understanding consciousness may be easier than we thought.