Category: Notes

Notes on David A. Sousa’s mind, brain, & education: Neuroscience Implications for the Classroom

It’s mid-February, the day after Valentine’s day (Feb. 15th) to be exact, and I’m starting Sousa’s book that was published in 2010 titled “mind, brian, & education: Neuroscience Implications for the Classroom”. I finished reading Storr’s Unpersuadables today and I had to decide what… Continue Reading “Notes on David A. Sousa’s mind, brain, & education: Neuroscience Implications for the Classroom”

Notes On “Myths And Reality In History”

I took some time to look at the Russian wiki page for Fomenko’s New Chronology today. The first citation of theirs was to new.chronologia.org and the second one was a download in Russian that I was not able to use the page translate feature… Continue Reading “Notes On “Myths And Reality In History””

Notes On Will Storr’s The Unpersuadables: Adventures With The Enemies Of Science

Overall I enjoyed Storr’s book. I didn’t know if I was going to finish it at first because I really didn’t care much for chapter 1 but as I continued on I began to enjoy Storr’s writing style. The chapters are all quite short… Continue Reading “Notes On Will Storr’s The Unpersuadables: Adventures With The Enemies Of Science”

Notes On Alina Tugend’s Better By Mistake

Alina Tugend. “Better By Mistake: The Unexpected Benefits of Being Wrong” (2011). About 285 pages. 8 chapters with an introduction and conclusion. There are 27 pages of notes and a 13 page bibliography. This book was appealing to me because of the cover page… Continue Reading “Notes On Alina Tugend’s Better By Mistake”

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