Between Jerusalem and Athens is a 7-part essay series on worldviews. It’s a response to seeing a siloed world; a quest for integration.
Theoretical analyses can simplify too much and forget the messy reality they come from. Read more about the downfalls of either-or thinking.
As an Eastern living in the West, I see myself as a child of East and West. This is part 2 of my story through the lens of these world cultures.
As an Eastern living in the West, I see myself as a child of East and West. This is my story through the lens of these world cultures.
Excerpts from Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl on the joy of discovery and the mysterious wonder of the smallness and magnitude of a scientific finding.
This is part 2 on how Asian and Western minds differ, summarizing the key findings from Richard Nisbett’s social psychology studies.
In an interesting series of social psychology studies, Richard Nisbett outlines why and how asian and western minds differ. This is part 1.
“Reading well…is thus not only a good in itself… It also serves to keep our minds alive and growing.” – Adler
Hindsight bias: the belief that past events were more predictable than they were before they happened. See how hindsight’s not always 20/20.