How the Evolutionary Left-overs of Intuition, Bias, and Instinct, Hinder us in the Technological Age.

The philosopher William James believes that there were two different parts of thinking; that he labeled these two parts associative thinking, and true reasoning. According to this dual process theory, associative thinking was based in large part on past experiences from which we drew comparisons or abstractions. While true reasoning was reserved for tasks like …

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What if you could live to be 500?

This morning, as I listened to the news, such as it is today; I heard part of a story that championed the significant advances in life and longevity due to the public health movement. While no one would even a tertiary understanding of public health could deny the enormous advances made in the past 125 …

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