Where did language come from?, by Cormac McCarthy

Is Quantum Theory About Reality or What We Know?, by James Owen Weatherall

La infinanciable revolución tributaria de Trump, de Juan Ramón Rallo

Why Doesn’t Ancient Fiction Talk About Feelings?, by Julie Sedivy

La compasión hipotecaria, de Benito Arruñada



Why is the brain prone to florid forms of confabulation?, by Jules Montague

Pigs, parrots and people: the problem of animal personality, by Antone Martinho

Diez pésimos y sectarios argumentos contra la gestación subrogada, de Juan Ramón Rallo

Consciousness Is Made of Atoms, Too, by Mark Titus

This is the Formula for Prosperity (and the Lousy Excuses Not to Use It), by Deirdre N, McCloskey



Las hormigas rescatan a sus ‘soldados’ heridos

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI, by Will Knight

Markets, Morals, and United Flight 3411, by Steven Horwitz

The United Airlines Incident Does Not Require New Laws, by Brian Doherty

“Los humanos inventaron la agricultura para hacer cerveza”, según Karin Bojs



The legend of the Legion

What Do Blind People Actually See?, by Jim Davies

British Trains Are Broken, but Not Because of Capitalism, by Ryan Bourne

The Economics of Political Balderdash (With a Few Examples), by Pierre Lemieux

¿Le dará Cifuentes una oportunidad a la libertad educativa?, de Juan Ramón Rallo



Por qué las oposiciones son un mal sistema de selección de funcionarios

Entrevista a Alan Sokal

Nadie pide morir por un dolor tratable, de Luis Montes Mieza

Why people prefer unequal societies, by Christina Starmans, Mark Sheskin & Paul Bloom

Arrabal y el suicidio asistido, de Juan Pina



A favor de la legalización de la eutanasia consentida, de Ignacio Moncada

Is Violence Declining Because We’re Evolving More Patience?

Los grandes simios detectan las falsas creencias

Children born with in-between sex development are subject to surgeries that many believe violate their human rights, by Alice Dreger

The Spiritual, Reductionist Consciousness of Christof Koch



What’s Wrong With the Rationality Community, by Bryan Caplan

Dolphins beat up octopuses before eating them, and the reason is kind of horrifying

Eating people is wrong – but it’s also widespread and sacred, by Ben Thomas

The End of the Past, by Mark Koyama

It takes neuroscience and poetry to map the tributaries of touch, by Steven M. Phelps