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August 20, 2014
In this installment of our "Five Minutes" feature, Branden Hookway answers questions about his book, Interface, and the interfaces we encounter daily. In your book you posit that the interface as a “form of relation.” Can you elaborate on this concept? What are the cultural implications?
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In this excerpt from Consciousness, Seeing, and Knowing: A BIT of Consciousness Revisited, Michael Tye examines one puzzle of consciousness that philosophical materialism must confront...
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Throughout history, the nature of free will has been a hot topic of examination and debate in both philosophy and the sciences. In his book The Neural Basis of Free Will, Peter Tse examines the unansw...
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Jeremy Till wrote Architecture Depends to defend the thesis that architecture….depends. On a lot of things.
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Today we have Dr. Robin Murphy, author of Disaster Robotics, weighing in on the use of robotics in tragic disasters such as the missing Malaysian Airlines jet and Air France Flight AF447.
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