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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Recently, I was involved in a conversation about gender roles. Someone raised the idea that certain things are more “natural” for men and women because of our evolutionary history. I think the general point they were trying to make was … Continue reading
“Good and evil are names for what people do, not what they are. People are too complex to be given such simple labels”
– Phillip Pullman.
Needs no explanation. Continuing theme from previous post.
In the post below I fell into the same trap many psychologists and writers do when talking about behaviour. I describe people as being introverted and extroverted. In reality, there is no such thing as an introvert or an extrovert. … Continue reading
I recently read “The Introvert Advantage” by Marti Olsen Laney. The best chapter of the book by far was entitled “The Emerging Brainscape” which discusses the known physiological differences between introverts and extroverts. Though the book as a whole was … Continue reading
A friend of mine said the other day that intuition is a justifier. Having an intuitive feeling that an idea is true, he says, gives you a reason to believe it. For example, I might have an intuition that humans have … Continue reading
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