Tag Archives: Cognitive Dissonance

Overcoming Cognitive Dissonance in the Classroom

Throughout my undergraduate and masters degrees, and through six years of full-time adjunct teaching in Religious Studies and Philosophy, I had the very good fortune to study with, and serve under, one of the top teachers in the field, Tim … Continue reading

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When Prophecy’s Faked

The following is a guest post—which originally appeared here—from Jay Livingston, of Montclair Socioblog. Special thanks to Jay for allowing us to share his post! ********** It turns out that the only scientific evidence linking autism to childhood vaccinations was … Continue reading

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