What Being a Skeptic Really Means, Dr Raymond Moody Skeptiko Alex Tsakiris

Guest: Dr. Raymond Moody explores what his thirty years of research has taught us about consciousness and examines how much is still left to be discovered. During the 45-minute interview Dr. Moody explains why the philosophy of skepticism is central to his work and why scientists must resist the urge to jump to conclusions based on preconceived ideas about how their

experiments will turn out: “It’s so much fun to apply the rules of

reason. People appeal to reason because they are seeking the unique legitimacy the reason provides. Nobody balances their checkbook by the astrology chart, right?”

Published on March 29, 2014