A Culture of Socially Open Information pt. 2

"A better set of attributes, I think, are... the three Ds: disorder, diversity, and discernment" Weiner, 2016, p.324 Venice: Fragmented neighorhoods, unified City In his book "The geography of genius," Eric Weiner looked into what made "Golden Ages" happen. That is, periods of time and groups of people who were not only productive, but also …

Us vs Them

Neuroscience How do we think about people whom we either consider friends and non-friends? There have been many studies recently on the neurological basis of intergroup dynamics, shedding more and more light on what goes on in the black box that is the human mind. As it turns out our discrimination can manifest themselves in …