Finland - Varsinais-Suomi
Ville V. Kokko is a postgraduate student in philosophy and aspiring writer of both nonfiction and fiction living in Turku, Finland. His interests include practically everything, especially theoretical subjects. In addition to working on a doctoral dissertation in philosophy, he has minored in English, general linguistics, comparative religion, and psychology, and he has independently studied a number of other topics such as evolutionary biology and complexity theory. One of his particular interests is in the scientific method, critical thinking, and the psychology and justification of beliefs. He would also like to write fiction, and has made it as far as having two published short stories.
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"Against Their Religion" or "Wrong"?
July 11, 2018
How to Be a Critical Thinker in One Easy Step
July 08, 2018
Running vs. Procrastination
June 17, 2018
Who's the Enemy?
June 15, 2018
Tribalism and Moral Hypocrisy
June 14, 2018
Does Laziness Exist?
June 10, 2018
Rape and Self-Control
June 03, 2018
Daniel Dennett and the Man in the Mirror
May 27, 2018
Is the "Selfish Gene" a Failed Metaphor?
May 20, 2018
Diana's Naivety in "Wonder Woman" Is Our Own
May 01, 2018
The Strict Imaginary Line Between Humans and (Other) Animals
April 23, 2018
What Are We Looking for When Looking for Alien Life?
April 19, 2018
A Very Strange Way of Thinking About Rights
April 11, 2018
That's Enough "World of Warcraft" for Me
April 05, 2018
What Do Opponents of Assisted Suicide Really Value?
March 31, 2018