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“What the Dog Saw” by Malcolm Gladwell: Part Two

The bell-curve assumption has become so much a part of our mental architecture that we eend to use it to organize experience automatically. We also believe that the distribution of social benefits should not be arbitrary. We don’t give only … Continue reading

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“The Hunger Games” Trilogy by Suzanne Collins

“The Organized Mind” praises the value of literary fiction in helping us become more cognitively flexible and empathetic towards others emotions. Not 100% sure if “The Hunger Games” trilogy falls under pulp fiction, to which there is questionable value, but … Continue reading

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