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  • Society) See, however, What is Pseudoscience, Scientific American, by Michael Shermer. Shermer, after presenting the demarcation problem, then devolves into using
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  • An article in Scientific American, July, 2010, written by Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine, mentioned a recent book by David Goodstein:
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  • Browne, Stuart M. Keeley) (Evaluate the book: Baloney Detection Kit, by Michael Shermer and Pat Linse ) (Evaluate the book: Critical Thinking in Psychology:
    34 KB (4,368 words) - 23:55, 20 May 2016
  • prospective study in the Netherlands. van Lommel (2003). Open Letter to Michael Shermer van Lommel (2006). Near-death experience, consciousness, and the brain
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  • cardiac arrest itself.") van Lommel (2003). Open Letter to Michael Shermer. (chastises Shermer for misrepresentation of data from van Lommel's Lancet study)
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  • Determine Human Values. Free Press. pp. 320. ISBN 978-1439171226.  Shermer, Michael (January 20, 2015). The Moral Arc: How Science and Reason Lead Humanity
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  • ISBN 978-1555426033.  The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent, 1915 by John Erskine Shermer, Michael (2015). The Moral Arc: How Science and Reason Lead Humanity toward
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