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Disco-ball Snowman helps me share some 2019 music faves

This is Disco-ball snowman.

He is going to help me share a couple of albums I totally enjoyed in 2019.

I have found myself listening to more and more of the tried and true stuff, finding it harder and harder to really enjoy the newer stuff.  468 more words

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An Evolutionary Psychology Perspective Regarding Knowledge

Steven Sloman and Philip Fernbach, The Knowledge Illusion, Riverhead Books, 2017.

I provided a critique of our book club selection, The Knowledge Illusion, in a… 2,974 more words

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East Coast Branch of the TRMBC reporting in on American Dialogue

NOTE: The following post was sent to us via email from our former member Burk Ketcham who moved to East Coast but still participates in reading our book selections. 260 more words

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East Coast branch of the RMBC reporting in about The Knowledge Illusion

NOTE: The following post was sent to us via email from our former member Burk Ketcham who moved to East Coast but still participates in reading our book selections. 920 more words

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Notes on Lauren Groff’s Florida

(References to the paperback edition of Florida (New York: Riverhead Books, 2018)

Black vultures that smell ‘like a thousand rotten corpses’ have brought a Florida neighborhodd to its knees.” 2,993 more words

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Ron Boothe Critique of The Knowledge Illusion

Steven Sloman and Philip Fernbach, The Knowledge Illusion, Riverhead Books, 2017.

The authors of The Knowledge Illusion are cognitive scientists. They use the term… 776 more words

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Lessons from and Critique of The Knowledge Illusion by Steve Sloman and Philip Fernbach

SYNOPSIS OF ARGUMENT

Knowledge is a relation between people
(the ones who claim to know) and a set of assertions. The knowers commit
to those assertions by calling them true. 2,897 more words

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