Daily Archives: May 19, 2015

Bertold Brecht(1898-1956): Top Ten Conflict Tips

Having recently used one of his quotes I found interesting, time for one of your Top Ten Conflict Tips from one of the 20th Century’s most conflicted thinkers: Bertold Brecht. Because things are the way they are, things will not … Continue reading

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Moral Foundations of Conservatives and Liberals: Building on Jonathan Haidt

I always found the Jonathan Haidt Moral Foundations work on the differences in the Moral Foundations of liberals and conservatives very useful. But I also had concerns that it missed some of the liberal moral concerns around Sanctity, Authority, Loyalty … Continue reading

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Seneca the Younger (4BCE-65CE) Top Ten Conflict Tips

Nassim Taleb in his book Anti-Fragile is very keen on the Roman Philosopher Seneca and so I thought it time we did a one of our Top Ten Conflict Tips on Seneca, the Stoic Roman Philosopher. True happiness is… to … Continue reading

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List of Cognitive Biases

Marvelously self challenging list of cognitive biases from Wikipedia as pointed out to me by my friend John.  Cognitive bias describes the inherent thinking errors that humans make in processing information. Some of these have been verified empirically in the … Continue reading

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