New York Review of Books, March 25, 2010, “The passions of Vincent Van Gogh“, Richard Dorment. Vincent Van Gogh is the archetype of the troubled artist, the insane person whose insanity empowers creativity in his art. Craziness is part of being creative, so it goes. Yet, does it? In Vincent’s case, his art was a […]
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In October, 1959, Abraham Lincoln made his way to Milwaukee, on horse back, and gave a remarkable speech to the Wisconsin Agricultural Society. He went there to respond to charges that northern wage earners were no better off than southern slaves. This was a time when American industrialization was just beginning, when the entire economy […]
People seem unusually polite in coffee houses. Coffee house patrons are often regulars, and social interaction research, launched by the seminal book, The Evolution of Cooperation, by Robert Axelrod, 1984, has found that an ‘expectation of future repetitive interaction’ drives cooperative behavior. When people expect to see one another again, they have a stake in getting […]
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“May you live in interesting times.” We do. There is the power to inform, And the power to misinform. We must think. . . . and Think again Welcome