AS THE CULTURAL AND SOCIAL WORLDS IN WHICH WE ROOT OUR IDENTITIES SPLINTER AND DRIFT APART, OUR IDENTITIES MOVE WITH THEM
Confronting the Climate: A Flowchart of the People's Climate March On the surface, this is an image about the People's Climate
Acknowledgements: We are very grateful to Joe Foudy, Dino Kos, Nick Lardy, Jeff Shafer, and Chris Wiegand for helpful conversations
Facts change all the time. Smoking has gone from doctor recommended to deadly. We used to think the Earth was the center
Paying attention to this U.S. presidential campaign and commentators' efforts to make sense of it can be a painful undertaking. Aside from the hateful rhetoric and incitement to violence that Donald Trump has unleashed on society, our tired conceptual short-hands that we try to impose on people and ideas are outdated.
GPS for the Soul
What the political landscape in 2016 reminds is what the world needs now is more collaboration, cooperation, and sustainability. America needs leaders whose brains are best able to manage the complexity and seemingly endless chaos of our times.
A simple question what is sustainability for a wealth manager deserves a simple answer.
The Turing test goes something along the lines of not being able to distinguish machine behavior from that of a human as a sign of artificial intelligence.
As a successful entrepreneur, you're in the perfect place to do this, says McKernan, who recently stopped conducting one
I tried to write about what I thought the Starbucks red cup controversy was about, but I decided to express it with a drawing instead.
However, this work has come under severe criticism by a cascade of neuroscientists. In an open letter relating concern about
Dodd-Frank. ObamaCare. And most recently, Social Security, on the occasion of its 80th birthday this month. All have been blasted of late, if not since inception. And in each case, the charge is the same: Complexity.
We only have to study democratic versus dictatorial governments to learn that we thrive in environments of tolerance and
An example is a father with an overweight daughter; he does well to contain his feelings and to help her by introducing less
GPS for the Soul
Public spaces allow for expressions of higher education's best democratic values -- free exchange of ideas, thoughtful discussion, appeal to evidence and respect for different perspectives. Such spaces can engage people's private interests and identities.
Home & Living
If you haven't spent much time on campus since graduation, you might not realize this: Universities are dynamic institutions, constantly changing with societal, scholarly, and economic pressures.
Each leader, woman or man, has the chance to find ways to reach goals which are present or on the horizon. Physical and psychological
The world got really complicated all of a sudden. You see it in life and you see it especially at work. While so many great applications exist that simplify life's transactions and advances in technology make a 24/7 layer of connectedness, there is a cost that we have incurred as a result.