Weekly Roundup

Will Thomas at Ether Wave Propaganda has posted a survey of historical literature on the relation between agricultural practices and science, which should be interested in anyone wanting to understand why modern food production, and modern science, look the way they do.

Feminist Philosophers has a good post commenting on some recently discovered documents that will likely force a reconception of the role of women in science during the early days of the Royal Society.

Comments on NASA’s recent discovery that the world’s lakes are warming.

An Epilog post that connects the problematic aspects of modern neurocognitive technologies up with the problematic aspects of historical forms of psychosurgery.

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