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Thursday Reads "The Dolphin Who Loved Me"

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Dolphin sexuality has been in the news for the past week or two, because of the release of a new BBC documentary, The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins. 2,040 more words

Morning Reads

Models of Face-to-Face Interaction and the Epistemic Significance of Other Minds, Richard W. Moodey

Author Information: Richard W. Moodey, Gannon University, moodey001@gannon.edu

Moodey, Richard W. “Models of Face-to-Face Interaction and the Epistemic Significance of Other Minds.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective… 4,942 more words

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Her Heart of Darkness: Lily King's Euphoria

Lily King’s fourth and most recent novel, Euphoria (Atlantic Monthly, 2014) takes the reader into an anthropologist’s “heart of darkness.” The novel is based on Mead’s 1933 trip up New Guinea’s longest river, the Sepik.  808 more words

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