Listen: Martin P is speaking
Posted by Martin Poulter on 30 March 2010
My five-minute talk at Ignite Bristol #1 discusses how inter-personal scientific methods have taken over from personal, subjective judgement as the foundation of knowledge. It focuses on psychological discoveries about the unreliability of perception and memory which have underlined the need for a scientific method.
Five minutes isn’t much time to develop an argument or explain terminology, so I threw out a lot of technical terms without explanation, hoping that people will look them up if interested. Maybe I should do a follow-up video to explain what I’m talking about in this video?
Thanks again to the Ignite Bristol team for their filming and editing.