New York Times

New York Times

Kick This Rock: Climate Change and Our Common Reality

TED Talks 2017


To solve our post-truth problem, these TED speakers say we have to admit we don’t know everything.

The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Teaching Humility in an Age of Arrogance

New York Times


Fake News and the Internet Shell Game.

US News

Michael Lynch

The Danger of ‘American Exceptionalism’ The siren call of American exceptionalism ends up encouraging only demagoguery.

New Yorker

new Yorker

After the Fact: In the history of truth, a new chapter begins.



Listen to: A New Post-Truth World?

The Stone


Trump, Truth and the Power of Contradiction.

New York Times

The Internet is both the world’s best fact-checker and the world’s best bias confirmer — often at the same time.

Googling Is Believing: Trumping the Informed Citizen.



Trump’s Lies Undermine the Promise of the Internet.

Daily Nous


$5.75 Million for Philosopher-Led Interdisciplinary Project on Public Discourse.

Open Mind

Michael Lynch, author of The Internet of Us, talks about informed citizenship in the age of Google.

Knowing More, Understanding Less.

Stand up!


Michael Lynch, professor of philosophy and director of the humanities at the University of Connecticut, wrote an op-ed for the New York Times that caught our eye, on traditional media’s fade as trusted source of news for the average voter and it’s replacement by Google searches.

TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

We used to say "seeing is believing"; now googling is believing.



In the 8th episode of NEOHUMAN, Agah Bahari is chatting with professor Michael Lynch.

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