Olivia Goldhill

Philosophy, psychology, neuroscience for Quartz | o@qz.com

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There’s a serious philosophical argument supporting the man suing his parents for giving birth to him
February, 9 2019
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Economists figured out just how much men will pay to end baldness
February, 8 2019
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Winter is over! (According to the Anglo-Saxon calendar)
February, 6 2019
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Harvard scientists found a link between smoking weed and higher sperm count
February, 6 2019
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Denver’s vote to decriminalize magic mushrooms marks the next stage in the drug wars
February, 4 2019
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Yale study shows that adults take girls’ pain less seriously than boys’
January, 29 2019
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Preschoolers already show signs of racial bias
January, 26 2019
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Social networks put your privacy at risk, even when you don’t have an account
January, 25 2019
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You’re never going to have a legacy, so give up trying
January, 22 2019
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A philosopher wrote an academic paper on the ethics of growing a beard
January, 20 2019
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Should an Oxford University philosopher be allowed to teach theories that condemn homosexuality?
January, 19 2019
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The replication crisis is killing psychologists’ theory of how the body influences the mind
January, 16 2019
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Asylum-seeking ethics professor Ansly Damus on the ethics of his detention
January, 11 2019
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Astronomers think they’ve seen the birth of a black hole or neutron star for the very first time
January, 10 2019
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Scientists have found a link between genetics and monogamy
January, 8 2019
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150 years ago, a philosopher showed why it’s pointless to start arguments on the internet
January, 2 2019
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The philosophical reasons to give up on New Year’s resolutions
December, 27 2018
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2018 is the year women tried to reclaim anger but failed
December, 21 2018
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AI is learning to smell your armpits to warn you when you have BO
December, 21 2018
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Polyamorous sex is the most quietly revolutionary political weapon in the United States
December, 20 2018
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A millionaire couple is threatening to create a magic mushroom monopoly
November, 8 2018
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The complete guide to complaining
February, 1 2016
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Did Henry VIII really have six wives? Why everything you think you know about the Tudors is wrong
January, 28 2016
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My life as a gay Muslim drag queen
August, 18 2015
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Illegal abortions and secret euthanasia: What I’ve seen in 60 years as a nurse
August, 10 2015
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Sexism in the City: Why is banking stuck in 1985?
August, 7 2015
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Sexual assault at university: Why won't these MPs take action?
July, 29 2015
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Why are there no black faces on the big screen?
July, 27 2015
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The narcissist test: are you too self-obsessed?
July, 15 2015
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'Sexual consent contracts’ are now a thing: So would you sign?
July, 15 2015
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The midlife guide to... bridesmaid proposals
July, 13 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Why mind-reading is a science, not a magic trick
July, 10 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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This man risks his life every day to rescue kidnapped women from Islamic State
July, 8 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Is it OK to admit you enjoy colouring in?
July, 7 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Would you tell personal anecdotes as entertainment?
July, 7 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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How to keep cool in the heatwave
June, 30 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Do you know who really runs Wimbledon?
June, 30 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Biological weapons and designer babies: 15 years of decoding humanity’s DNA
June, 26 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Facial recognition technology: Is Orwell’s fiction our reality?
June, 23 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Can you pass Michael Gove’s grammar test?
June, 22 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Modi turns yogi as millions celebrate International Yoga Day
June, 21 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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How to be an Instagrandma
June, 18 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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How to nip hayfever in the bud
June, 16 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Michael Schumacher’s life post-coma: is recovery possible?
June, 16 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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‘An Academy school faked their exam results – by cheating my daughter out of an education’
June, 15 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Behind the scenes at Royal Ascot
June, 11 2015
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Prince Philip at 94: the man behind the gaffes
June, 10 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Outrageous flirts or charmers? What male interviewers get away with on TV
June, 3 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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Why you shouldn’t rely on a Met Office forecast
June, 2 2015
telegraph.co.uk
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19 tips to stay cool in the heat
June, 1 2015
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