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"Judgment of quality is subjective" by Golnaz Jamsheed

Freshly, a 500-year-old painting of Christ as Salvator Mundi (Latin for Saviour of the World) was auctioned and sold for $450 million at Christie’s. A painting not fully painted by the iconic Renaissance man, Leonardo Da Vinci is raising some questions about the price it now possesses. 287 more words


Things we should talk about, but we don´t

Dear Beauties and Beasts,

I´ve been thinking a lot lately. To be quite honest I haven´t come to any smart conclusion that would make huge difference in my life. 234 more words

Is Science Just Subjective: Are We Observing Or Interacting?

This is part II to my previous post on subjectivism in science. The last part for those of you wanting to catch up, explored the mechanisms by which subjectivism creeps into scientific literature and also ways to alleviate it. 746 more words

Conclusion (S/O, Part 4)

Subjective and Objective worlds are different in structure. Even though one is included in the other one, the limitation is the source of much new experiences. 642 more words


EHS research is scientifically worthless for two reasons…

On October 14th, 2017, Finnish newspaper ‘Helsingin sanomat’, in its science pages, has published a story on the electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), with a lengthy title: “ 1,169 more words

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How does it feel like to be a fish?

The title is a reference to the publication from Thomas Nagel “What is it like to be a bat?” from 1974. He’s basically there talking about how we do not know how it is like to be a bat. 883 more words


Marionette (S/O, Part 3)

I have covered the essential pieces of information required for my discussion regarding the subjective and objective worlds. In this part, I will use them to illustrate the differences between these two worlds. 735 more words