Falsifiability applied to Falsifiability

I have my interpretations of Karl Poppers work and definition of falsifiability (see also: Falsificationism)  but independent of my opinions and impressions on the subject matter I have found, more often than not, somebody force feeding me this statement which, for the sake of further discussion, I label Statement F: “A statement that is not falsifiable is not scientific” […]

Chapter Review of Social Cognition in The Cognitive Neuroscience III Edition edited by Michael S. Gazzaniga

Ralph Adolphs [1] presents recent findings that provide neurological correlates of that type of human cognition which is required for social interaction while producing behavior that is relevant to social settings. The main focus within the field of social cognition has been in discerning typical versus atypical behavior by recording the emotional state of a […]

Communication – Not Just One Human’s Struggle

This essay focuses on, “Why do we even bother to communicate?” It also talks about the use of “language” as a mode of communication and few of language’s sociological implications. In my opinion what really sets us apart from all other animals as human beings is our ability to communicate incredibly extravagant and elaborate thoughts as well as our […]

What can a robot perceive and conceive?

This article was inspired by The Petite Geek’s list of robotic chores. The realm of art seems to be ever expanding due to inspirations that living beings have and so the realm of science and belief end up expanding as well. So what about artificial intelligence? They are not living entities so can they be […]