BEST Article I’ve Read in 2019: Multidisciplinary Approach to Thinking by Peter Kaufman

Peter Kaufman’s take on a multidisciplinary approach is arguably the BEST thing I’ve read in 2019. Here are my key takeaways & action plan – welcome to join me!

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What Doesn’t Kill You Kills Again: A Game of Thrones in the War of the Roses

Churchill said: “In a war, you can only be killed once. But in politics, many times.” War is both a force that divides and a propaganda that unites. The War of Roses is a vivid example of how politics is a never-ending war with no triumph that is constant and with no threat that is fleeting.

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A Tale of 3S: Self-Esteem, Selfishness, Sexuality

Self-Esteem: rooted in Selfishness, revealed in Sexuality. A look at identity from the Ayn Rand school of thought.

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Life Is The Ultimate Imitation Game (René Girard reading notes 1)

“Man differs from the other animals in his greater aptitude for imitation.” Let’s look at this quote from Aristotle from the modern lens of evolutionary biology, identity politics, game theory, and AI.

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The Violinist and the Symphony: How Pieces Complete the Puzzle

You are not (just) looking for a violinist. You are looking to create a great symphony. A look at the sum, the parts, and the relationships between them.

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“Are you open to durian ice-cream” & an Open-Minded look at Open-Mindedness (I)

An innocent question about durian ice-cream turns into an existential crisis: what does it mean to be open-minded?

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