From Plato to Pinker: On Re-opening Plato's Academy

By W. Lambert Gardiner.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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A re-opened Plato's Academy should consider the current work in evolutionary psychology. Powerful tools, acquired since it closed, enable our species to acquire some grasp of mind and consciousness.

Keywords: Philosophy, Evolutionary psychology, Media

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.91-96. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 778.263KB).

Dr W. Lambert Gardiner

Dr W. Lambert Gardiner has been leading his life in volume-sized episodes for the convenience of biographers. 0-20 Growing up in Scotland. 20-25 Undergraduate in Canada - B.A. Concordia University. 25-30 Graduate in United States - Ph.D. (Psychology) Cornell University. 30-35 Teaching Psychology at Concordia - three books (Psychology: A Story of a Search, An Invitation to Cognitive Psychology, and The Psychology of Teaching). 35-45 Sabbatical - author-in-residence at Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, California. 45-50 Member of interdisciplinary, interuniversity think tank GAMMA, 50-70 Teaching Communication Studies at Concordia - three books (The Ubiquitous Chip: The Human Impact of Electronic Technology, A History of Media, and Media: Past, Present, and Future).


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