False but useful beliefs about epistemic normativity

I’m going to argue that epistemic normativity is fully reducible to biological normativity, and then I’m going to explain away any dodgy intuitions that people might have which suggest that that’s not true. OK. So this is what I’m going to do. That’s the thesis: Epistemic normativity is reducible to Continue Reading

Faith & Co. | Connecting Business and Beliefs (Jeff Haanen)

– As soon as we start talking openly about Christian faith and business, we immediately get put into a category of that’s not like a real thing you can talk about at Wharton (laughs) right? Or Harvard Business School. Like that’s not a real part of knowledge, talking about a Continue Reading

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon on public trust

– You talk a lot about creating an atmosphere of transparency and trust, and everything you’ve just talked about is kind of supporting evidence. How do we more broadly deal with the trust issues? Where I say “we” more broadly, I mean the business community has created a real loss Continue Reading

Q&A – Life Choices, Trust Issues & Celeb Crushes | Zoella

Hello everybody, welcome back to my channel. Today I am doing a very Cas setup, I’m using my vlogging camera to record this video because it was out It had full battery And I’m just making this quite a chilled vid. Got myself a Moroccan mint tea. Question number 1 Continue Reading

Cross-Cultural Trust | SMU Research

I am Tan Hwee Hoon, I’m an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour Human Resource Management at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business at the Singapore Management University. My area of research is trust in the workplace, and I’m very interested in why people trust, how people trust, and what Continue Reading

Wichita State University Foundation – Shock the World Campaign Video

It’s happening all across Wichita State University, in buildings old and new. Within the walls of classrooms and under the Kansas sky. Inside labs and research centers and the places where we collaborate with our partners. Innovation is happening because Wichita State and the Shockers connected to it have dedicated Continue Reading

Our Future: Innovation at ASU | Arizona State University

Our future is that we intend to be able to move and innovate at light speed, to lead the world in new ideas and new solutions, to explore whole new ways of thinking. The world we’re in right now requires a level of adaptive change that requires educational attainment. I Continue Reading

Professor Peter O’Sullivan | Challenging common beliefs about pain

I’m a clinical educator and clinical researcher at the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science. I also work as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist dealing with complex and disabling musculoskeletal pain disorders. A good example of the impact of our work is in the area of back pain. We know that Continue Reading