Some intellectuals use charisma and deception to obscure the holes in their arguments. Here is how to see through their smokescreen.
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Retail therapy has been proven to make us happier, but is there a catch?
State and local governments are hiring contact tracers to contain the spread of novel coronavirus.
The fast-food company recently agreed to acquire a tech company whose "speech-to-meaning" technology might soon be interpreting customers' orders.
Social media posts that evoke strong kama muta often go viral – for example, cute kittens, puppies and special animal friendships.
How you feel influences what you watch, and vice-versa.
Should you find yourself speaking to a group of people and not connecting, you’re stuck in a situation that seemingly benefits no one. For some people it seems to come […]
Great ideas in philosophy often come in dense packages. Then there is where the work of Marcus Aurelius.
Are parents being naughty or nice?
Unfortunately, this means that drivers act more aggressively on the road when spotting cyclists.
A new study shows that psychopaths have a hard time telling when someone's genuinely distressed, and that they don't seem to care much either way.
Some of us can adjust our moods by listening to certain types of music we know will affect us. This survey looks at the music Americans turn to for mood modification.
Philosophers can be pretty eccentric. Here we list seven of the most out there. Yes, Diogenes is included.
"The starting point for understanding inequality in the context of human progress is to recognize that income inequality is not a fundamental component of well-being."
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,Courage to change the things I can,And wisdom to know the difference.