It is near impossible to argue against religion seeing that those on the side of a “prime mover”, use faith as their argument. This creates a problem seeing that it cannot be proven or disproved. What is bewildering to me is that religion of any form is the only aspect of our lives that needs no proof. An extremely simple example would be this: If I were to tell a room full of people that I could fly, they would not simply believe me, they would ask for a demonstration or some form of proof. This is understandable. Why then do we not ask the same of God? Is it a fear of the unknown or is there perhaps something more there?
Time and again, studies have found a connection between authoritarian ideals and meaning in life — a notion backed up by historical documents.
Our current form of education is almost 200 years old. What should schools of the future look like?
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We asked Harvard Business School Professor Robin Greenwood about new regulations of the financial services industry, the future of hedge funds, and what Wall Street will look like in five […]