By Dr. Karl Giberson via The Huffington Post
This piece was loosely inspired by Martin Gardner's great essay on free will in The Whys of a Philosophical Scrivener that I used in my freshman seminar course.
Excerpt: Are there Big Questions that don't have answers? Are some things simply beyond our capacity to understand with the finite lumps of gray matter in our heads? Are there "mysteries" in the world that simply can't be sorted out no matter how much gray matter is applied to the problem?
Read full article here