The exploration of rationality (see: Journal) has led us into a number of difficulties. Our logic is flawed, our biases inescapable, and the foundations for our evidence have crumbled. Even the world we live in is not rational. So, it’s time to extract ourselves from the quagmire by elevating our focus to a few “meta” […]
The November issue of Nautilus is dedicated to Illusions, and three of its articles in Chapter One (“Made You Do It”) are particularly interesting. “Five Ways To Lie With Charts” by Becca Cudmore reviews a few of the more obvious ways that visual displays can be constructed to play with our minds. “Fooled By Your Own […]
The original concept of the ISAS name for this forum came from its goal – Integrating Science and Spirituality – and from a mental wordplay that came from sounding out “is as.” Part of what the forum does is to explore life and the world, from the premise that there is an objective world that […]
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