Archive of all blog posts tagged 'skepticism'

2018


Revenge Of The Big Lie (2018/08/01 05:00)
I don't see any of this ending well, but I'd rather be on whatever side of history valued verifiable truths over comfortable lies.

The Uncertainty Principle (2018/07/16 08:00)
What did Bertrand Russell mean when he said, "Do not feel absolutely certain of anything"?

The Life Of The Mind (2018/04/12 05:00)
An influencer seems more interested in being well-known, being "influential", than in being motivated by a thirst for the truth.

2016


Bigger Fish To Fry Dept. (2016/05/19 10:00)
"My problems are bigger than yours" is always a bad argument.

2015


Rebel Without A Pause Dept. (2015/06/02 10:00)
The fellow in the mirror needs your criticism the most.

2014


The Liar In The Mirror Dept. (2014/11/14 10:00)
On the fine line between "I only believe in facts and logic" and "If I believe this, it must be logical and factual".

2009


Dying For It Dept. (2009/12/11 01:19)
Most of the time I don't mind when people believe weird things. What I do mind is when people believe weird things that are counter-scientific -- that is, when they fly right in the face of things for which we have...

Rich In Wisdom Dept. (2009/10/18 08:38)
Frank Rich's op-ed reminds me of two conversations I've had recently. Conversation The First was with a former boss of mine. We were eating lunch together, and when he lamented the above-mention rise of the MBA I agreed completely. It was not...


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