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What the new science of authenticity says about discovering your true...

Matthew Baldwin, University of Florida After following a white rabbit down a hole in the ground and changing sizes...

Can religion and faith combat eco-despair?

Rita D. Sherma, Graduate Theological Union Scientists regularly study the ongoing degradation of Earth’s environment and track the changes...

Philanthropists seeking to fix big problems must tread carefully – here’s...

p>How should wealthy people respond to daunting problems like racism, economic inequality and climate change? Leading thinkers have long questioned whether philanthropy offers...

When human life begins is a question of politics – not...

Sahotra Sarkar, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts A Texas law that aims to eliminate...

‘Doing nothing’ is all the rage – is it a form...

Ingrid Nelson, Amherst College The pandemic has either created too much free time or too little. Kitchen-table commutes and...

From the White House to ancient Athens: Hypocrisy is no match...

Raman Sachdev, University of South Florida Donald Trump has spent a lot of time on golf courses during his presidency. That may come across as hypocritical...

Why questions (good and bad) matter

Marcello Fiocco, University of California, Irvine Children are naturally inquisitive and tolerant. Many constantly ask questions. At some point, most of them – most of...

What Day of the Dead tells us about the Aztec philosophy...

Lynn Sebastian Purcell, State University of New York College at Cortland Growing up in the United States, I remember on Halloween my mother used...

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Tesla’s business strategy is not chaotic – it’s brilliant

Nathan Furr, INSEAD Few companies have attracted as much praise, derision, scepticism and enthusiasm as Telsa Motors and its founder Elon Musk. Having interviewed Elon...