Daily Archives: June 8, 2013

The Difference Between Positional Thinking and Real Interests

There is a famous psychological experiment that is often used on business school students for some reason. It asks them which choice they would make between the following situations after they graduate from business school. Either: A. They can be … Continue reading

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The Taoist Take on the Conflict Between Good and Bad

I have always liked the middle way approach of Taoism. And I also reminded of my old friend Charles Hampden Turner’s comment that real evil is usually based on the attempt to create pure good, unalloyed by the messiness of … Continue reading

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