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- Applied anthropologists at work - a new blog series. amysantee.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/anthro… 4 days ago
- Great new term: NIMTOF not in my term of office. Thanks, Howard Kunreuther and CRED.columbia.edu 1 week ago
- @jbhathaw Exactly. We've been seeing the influence of framing for a while on environmental behaviors, this is just a very nice example. 1 week ago
- New, v rough blog on Rousseau's Essay & why understanding the musical argument to understand the philosophical one its-her-factory.blogspot.com/2013/05/on-rou… 16 hours ago
- gonna try and finish this Rousseau post on why philosophers misread Rousseau bc they don't understand musical stakes of his argument. 18 hours ago
Something of which I am more and more convinced is the paramount importance of James the brother of Jesus to the very survival of the Messianic movement in the critical months and years following the tragic and brutal murders of both John the Baptist and Jesus. I present my extended argument for that idea in [...]…More →
I hereby declare that the 59th edition of The Giant’s Shoulders, the history of science blog carnival, is up at Something by Virtue of Nothing! This edition, centered around the theme of the Antikythera Mechanism, includes posts about:
Did Isaac Newton slash the portrait of Robert Hooke?
The Haunt of the Resurrection Men!
Views of the dangers of masturbation for women,
The weirdest weapons of history,
and much more!
Many thanks to the hosts for an excellent carnival! …
One way to understand what motivates and deters burglars is to ask them.
UNC Charlotte researcher Joseph Kuhns from the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology did just that. He led a research team that gathered survey responses from more than 400 convicted offenders that resulted in an unprecedented look into the minds of burglars, providing insight into intruders’ motivations and methods.
The study, “Understanding Decisions to Burglarize from the Offender’s…