The language you speak plays an important role in how you evaluate truth.
Jean Paul Sartre summed up the existentialist idea of "bad faith" through a waiter who acted a bit too much like a waiter.
People can lose their authentic selves when they don't honestly confront life's potential, according to the philosopher Soren Kierkegaard.
The power of play: our forgotten lifehack.
To overcome burnout, we need to change how we think about the relationship between dignity and work, argues Jonathan Malesic.
Society-changing ideas form through a three-stage process, argues author Michael Bhaskar.
Learning styles are supposed to help learners take ownership of their education, but research doesn’t back up this well-intentioned myth.
Awe makes us feel smaller but also more connected to life and each other.
The Chegg cheating scandal reveals a critical need to rethink the student experience in post-COVID education.
Through self-tracking and self-experimentation, we can greatly improve our cognitive capacity.
Most schools use a semester system, but a new study suggests that they should switch to quarters.
More than 70% of college students procrastinate
The philosopher who praised a simple life and inspired the worst of the French Revolution.
It's a common misconception that to be a Stoic is to be in possession of a stiff upper lip.
What can 'behaviorism' teach us about ourselves?
Life is absurd, that detail can be the start of a great many things.
Let noted cognitive psychologist and linguist Steven Pinker introduce you to psychology.
“Trust is so important to how we scale an idea. Without that trust, we don’t take risks. And without risk we don’t build that next big thing,” says Nilofer Merchant, […]
One God stands for order, logic, and reason. The other stands for chaos, madness, and drunkenness. Nietzsche thinks you need both.
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