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Cusk: "Outline" + "Transit"

#94: Anxiety and the Hard Work of Being Human (feat. Tracy Dennis-Tiwary)

Spring Round-up: 8 Books I Liked — and 2 I Didn't

#93: Debate is a Battle of Beliefs — But Does It Have The Power To Change Them? (feat. Bo Seo)

Prescient Ideas and Learned Unacceptability

#92: People Don't Often Change Their Minds on Big Topics. Why? (feat. David McRaney)

#91: How Technology Shapes Our Tastes — in Music and More (feat. Nick Seaver)

#90: Stephen Kosslyn on How We Conceptualize the World

#89: Tom Griffiths on Formalizing the Mind

#88: Leyla Isik on Combining the Rigorous with the Realistic

Re-Viewed: "Heart of Darkness"

#87: Antonio Damasio on When Self Comes to Mind

Winter Round-up: Books, TV, & Movies

#86: Tom Pettigrew on How Experience Shapes Belief

Where Good Ideas Come From

New Name!!

Pandemic Diary — Two Years On

#85: Alan Fiske on Why It's Hard to Understand Humans

#84: Elizabeth Loftus on the Societal Implications of Psychology

The Complexity-Extremity Effect

#83: George Lakoff on a Life Lived by Metaphor

#8: Ode to the Passport

#82: Annie Murphy Paul on Where the Mind Ends and the World Begins

#7: Why I'm Not a Good Person

#81: Kevin Birmingham on Where Great Books Come From

#6: Announcing Premium Subscriptions

Re-Viewed: "For Free"

Introducing Re-Viewed: "Journey by Moonlight"

#80: Sam Gershman on the Structure of Cognitive Revolutions

Newsletter #5: The Powerlessness of the Dog

#79.5: Randy Gallistel on Upsetting Neuroscientists (The Story)

#79: Randy Gallistel on Upsetting Neuroscientists (The Theory)

Newsletter #4: Potential Energy

#78: Philip Johnson-Laird on How Cognitive Scientists Improvise

Twelve Minutes

#77: Brian Christian on AI as a Human Problem, Part 2

My Favorite Reads of 2021