Collection of papers and articles that I’ve spotted since my previous links post that seem interesting.
- Why more highly educated people are less into conspiracy theories
- Neural correlates of political attitudes: emotion and ideology in the brain
- Perhaps less dissimilar than initially thought
- Education as liberation?
- Education may increase political violence in poorer countries?
- Child SES does not explain the IQ-mortality gradient
- In Norway
- Analytic cognitive style and cognitive ability differentially predict religiosity and social conservatism
- Is violence declining because we are evolving more patience?
- CMV: Communism has never, ever worked, and will never, ever work as people are inherently self-serving and those who advocate it are idealist idiots
- The empirics of free speech and realistic idealism: Part II
- The association between SES and adult fast-food consumption in the US
- The poor don't eat more fast-food than the rich, against the stereotype
- Survival of the fittest: the impact of the minimum wage on firm exit
- An economic critique of prison
- The rich aren't getting richer
- The meaning of life sub specie aeternitatis
- Life is not meaningless 'from the point of view of the universe'
- Schopenhauer and non-cognitivist moral realism
- Bill Nye, critic of philosophy, reads philosophy books and changes his mind.
- The duty to be morally enhanced
- The spiritual, reductionist consciousness of Christof Koch
- Neural Turing Machines
- Decisions are for making bad outcomes inconsistent
- More animals die in the wild of old age than previously thought
- Learning to love the scientific consensus
In academic work, please cite this essay as:
Ricón, José Luis, “Links (7)”, Nintil (2017-04-23), available at https://nintil.com/links-7/.