Who — or what — really controls your mind?
Reject your Mental Map Oversimplifications.
The meaning of the cryptic text has eluded scholars for centuries. Their latest efforts include computational analyses seeking new insights into the medieval enigma.
Dive into a realm where time, space, and even reality itself are put into question.
Philosophers Massimo Pigliucci and Greg Lopez discuss how Stoicism can help us gain perspective on our emotions and act with intention in the world.
"In order to seek truth," Rene Descartes once wrote, "it is necessary once in the course of our life to doubt, as far as possible, all things."
If a person stands little chance of ever being wealthy, perhaps playing the lottery is a rational decision.
Why the best negotiators are nice, not tough.
Chess could perhaps be the ultimate window through which we might see how our mental powers shift during our lives.
Delay the instant gratification of online knowledge and first seek out the wisdom within yourself.
The multi-leveled constructions of metaphysics are the collective workings of a fantastical virtuality. Did you get that?
Self-help gurus for the digital age.
More than 90 percent of people make a mistake on this test.
When it comes to handling our emotions, we can’t afford to be none the WISER.
Social media has made yelling past each other all the easier.
Your five-year-old can probably spot a cop-out.
The secret may lie in an old idiom: "Sleep on it."
Research shows how "dark" Brett Martinpersonality traits affect Bitcoin enthusiasm.
Intellectual humility demands that we examine our motivations for holding certain beliefs.
Human thinking is antiquated.
From "Thompson's violinist" to the "Experience Machine," these thought experiments will throw your mind for a loop.
Kids are fragile. They should trust their feelings. The world is a battle between good and evil. We should stop repeating these untruths.