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Book Review: Virtually Human by Martine Rothblatt

Book Review: Virtually Human by Martine Rothblatt

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); "Virtually Human explores what the not-too-distant future will look like when cyberconsciousness—simulation of the human brain via software and computer technology—becomes part of our daily lives."

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Review: Alpha Brain Nootropic Blend

Review: Alpha Brain Nootropic Blend

Alpha Brain is one of the most famous nootropic blends that sparked debate and controversy in many communities. Produced by Onnit Labs since 2010, Alpha Brain has been featured in a variety of media outlets including the Joe Rogan Experience. Many nootropics users question the validity, price, and efficacy of Alpha Brain for cognitive enhancement, but few provide a full analysis of their complaint...

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Book Review: Jim Holt’s, “Why Does The World Exist?”

Book Review: Jim Holt’s, “Why Does The World Exist?”

Jim Holt’s recent book, Why Does The World Exist?: An Existential Detective Story, tackles the question that Martin Heidegger characterized as the greatest in all philosophy and William James called the darkest in all philosophy–why is there something rather than nothing?

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Book Review: Beyond Human: From Animality to Transhuman

Book Review: Beyond Human: From Animality to Transhuman

The instability of the category 'human' has been the subject of philosophical debate for centuries but it is only recently that the biological and informational sciences have begun to shake the ethical foundations of modernity by revealing a lack of real, material distinctions between ourselves and other animals or, indeed, between ourselves and machines.

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A Detailed Overview of Clement Vidal’s “The Beginning and the End” (Part 2)

A Detailed Overview of Clement Vidal’s “The Beginning and the End” (Part 2)

A detailed review of a forthcoming book, The Beginning and the End: The Meaning of Life in a Cosmological Perspective by Dr. Clement Vidal, a young scholar and member of the Evolution, Complexity and Cognition Group at the Free University in Brussels, Belgium. Vidal investigates a most important question–whether modern scientific cosmology can satisfy our search for meaning in life. The book is a ...

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