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What we know of ourselves in a scientific age — and what we don’t
Review | Summer 2013
Fiction | Fall 2011
Essay | Fall 2011
On “The Artist of the Beautiful” and the meeting of the spiritual and material realms
From: Hawthorne: Science, Progress, and Human Nature
Wilfred M. McClay
Survival, fitness, and the purposiveness of organisms
From: Recovering the Organism
Stephen L. Talbott
Essay | Winter 2011
How life speaks at every level
Essay | Fall 2010
Why the organism is not a machine
Debunking the tropes of neuromythology
Review | Summer 2010
Is human life less meaningful the more its mechanisms are known?
Essay | Summer 2010
Why the neuroscientific case against free will is wrong
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