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1. | The Lighthouse: Wake’s Curse (of Winslow) | The Lighthouse: Wake’s Curse (of Winslow) | Counterintuitive Dice Probability: How many rolls expected to get a 6, given only even outcomes? |

2. | Counterintuitive Dice Probability: How many rolls expected to get a 6, given only even outcomes? | Counterintuitive Dice Probability: How many rolls expected to get a 6, given only even outcomes? | Discursive Formations in Foucault’s Archaeological Historical Analysis |

3. | Bertrand’s Box Paradox (with and Without Bayes’ Theorem) | Bertrand’s Box Paradox (with and Without Bayes’ Theorem) | The Lighthouse: Wake’s Curse (of Winslow) |

4. | Gambler’s Ruin & Random Walk: Probability, Expectation, Steal the Chips | Monty Hall Problem and Variations: Intuitive Solutions | Two-Child Problem (when one is a girl named Florida born on a Tuesday) |

5. | Nassim Taleb’s Fat Tony Example / And: Is it possible to flip 100 Heads in a row? | The Portal: Eric Weinstein, Agnes Callard, Philosophy | The Failure of Philosophy: A Success Story |

6. | The Portal: Eric Weinstein, Agnes Callard, Philosophy | Gambler’s Ruin & Random Walk: Probability, Expectation, Steal the Chips | Democracy Doesn’t Exist |

7. | Radiolab, Stravinsky, Perfect Pitch, Dissonance | Nassim Taleb’s Fat Tony Example / And: Is it possible to flip 100 Heads in a row? | Musical Innovation and Progress; Or: On the Meaning and Implications of Musical Change |

8. | Monty Hall Problem and Variations: Intuitive Solutions | Two-Child Problem (when one is a girl named Florida born on a Tuesday) | Radiolab, Stravinsky, Perfect Pitch, Dissonance |

9. | Musical Innovation and Progress; Or: On the Meaning and Implications of Musical Change | The Failure of Philosophy: A Success Story | Bertrand’s Box Paradox (with and Without Bayes’ Theorem) |

10. | Two-Child Problem (when one is a girl named Florida born on a Tuesday) | Two-Child Problem: A Brief Explanation | Nassim Taleb’s Fat Tony Example / And: Is it possible to flip 100 Heads in a row? |

11. | Democracy Doesn’t Exist | Discursive Formations in Foucault’s Archaeological Historical Analysis | Monty Hall Problem and Variations: Intuitive Solutions |

12. | Defense Attorney’s Fallacy: A Conditional Probability Problem | Radiolab, Stravinsky, Perfect Pitch, Dissonance | So his brain’s just squished (rather than only 10% there): A Bonsai Brain |

13. | Two-Child Problem: A Brief Explanation | Musical Innovation and Progress; Or: On the Meaning and Implications of Musical Change | Edgard Varèse: The Liberation of Sound |

14. | Discursive Formations in Foucault’s Archaeological Historical Analysis | Why We Get the Monty Hall Problem Wrong(?) | Two-Child Problem: A Brief Explanation |

15. | Time Travel and the Soul, Or How to Disprove God | So his brain’s just squished (rather than only 10% there): A Bonsai Brain | American Irony |

16. | The Failure of Philosophy: A Success Story | Sine-Wave Speech | In Defense of Sensitivity: Nozick, Kripke, and Predicate Exclusivity |

17. | Edgard Varèse: The Liberation of Sound | Defense Attorney’s Fallacy: A Conditional Probability Problem | Why We Get the Monty Hall Problem Wrong(?) |

18. | Why We Get the Monty Hall Problem Wrong(?) | Democracy Doesn’t Exist | Who Cares if You Listen? (Milton Babbitt’s Famous Article) |

19. | Cancer Screening: An Easier Counterintuitive Conditional Probability Problem (with and Without Bayes’ Theorem) | Cancer Screening: An Easier Counterintuitive Conditional Probability Problem (with and Without Bayes’ Theorem) | Jaron Lanier, You Are Not a Gadget, Part II: Bachelardian Neoteny |

20. | (Strange?) Probability with Playing Cards | Against James Rachels’ Punishment and Desert | Gambler’s Ruin & Random Walk: Probability, Expectation, Steal the Chips |