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  • Uncontrolled Manifold Analysis

    Uncontrolled Manifold Analysis

    Human movement is hard to study, because there are many ways to perform even simple tasks and given the opportunity, different people will take different routes. Read more

    The 15 September 2016 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • Book Review: Teaching Others To Defend Christianity

    Book Review: Teaching Others Defend Christianity

    Teaching Others To Defend Christianity: What Every Christian Should Know by Cathryn Buse (Crosslink Publishing, 2016) is one of the best new apologetics books... Read more

    The 01 September 2016 by   Mmcgee
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  • Spontaneous 4-hour Tour in Manila

    Spontaneous 4-hour Tour Manila

    Infamous from its monstrous traffic jam, pollution and over-population, Manila has its own charm from its Old Spanish era that is still evident from different... Read more

    The 07 September 2016 by   Robin Salvador
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  • The Bliss of Motor Abundance

    The fundamental question in psychology boils down to "why did that person do that thing they just did?". Welcome to my new favourite example.Figure 1. Read more

    The 07 September 2016 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • Friday Fotos: Hidden Persuaders Under the Bergen Arches

    Friday Fotos: Hidden Persuaders Under Bergen Arches

    Since I've got the Bergen Arches on my mind, I've decided to do another set of photos. These are all from my first one or two trips through the Arches in the... Read more

    The 02 September 2016 by   Bbenzon
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  • “Pardon These Anti-humanistic Intrusions, Madam”

    “Pardon These Anti-humanistic Intrusions, Madam”

    Mark Rose’s slender volume, Shakespearean Design, has been on my mind recently, as I’ve been considering doing a book on ring-composition. Rose devotes a chapte... Read more

    The 30 September 2016 by   Bbenzon
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  • The Computational Envelope of Language

    Computational Envelope Language

    Let me review. In Words, Binding, and Conversation as Computation I argued that a signifier has no meaning until it is bound to one in a linguistic act. Read more

    The 05 September 2016 by   Bbenzon
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