In each month’s Critical Links,  I will pose a “funny problem”. Some will be paradoxes; some will be weird things to think through. Generally they will have a popular science and philosophy feel, though some are taken from undergraduate-level discussions as well. Feel free to write back with comments, questions, and any feedback you wish. In each subsequent column, I will discuss the feedback and more details about the previous problem and introduce a new one.

Let’s begin and reason together!

March 2019:  The Meaning of ‘Is’

April 2019: The Curious Case of Protagoras and Euathlus

May 2019: Barry’s Powerbook

June 2019: A bald man with no hair

August 2019: Prediction, Scientific Realism, and Testing Kids

September 2019: A really useful machine

October 2019 A puzzle about measurements