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Reads tagged with “philosophy”

Music Philosophy: Famous Lyrics as Typographic Art
Music Philosophy: Famous Lyrics as Typographic Art

Love is all you need, worry vs. laughter, and why Plato’s got nothing on Jay Z.

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Ayn Rand on Love as a Business Deal: The 1959 Interview
Ayn Rand on Love as a Business Deal: The 1959 Interview

Why state and economics should remain separate and what the true currency of love is.

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Duelity: Earth’s Story, Split Down the Middle
Duelity: Earth’s Story, Split Down the Middle

Darwin vs. the General Organization of Development labs, or why truth comes in pairs.

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Philosophical Timecapsule of Today: Wisdom
Philosophical Timecapsule of Today: Wisdom

Intelligent insight, the fountain of youth, or what’s love got to do with it.

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Music Meets Philosophy: The Happiness Project
Music Meets Philosophy: The Happiness Project

Neighborly wisdom, music innovation, and the extraordinariness of ordinary human speech.

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5 Classic Children’s Books with Timeless Philosophy for Grown-Ups
5 Classic Children’s Books with Timeless Philosophy for Grown-Ups

The yellow brick road to self-discovery, or what long words have to do with running in place.

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Srikumar Rao on Hard-Wiring Happiness
Srikumar Rao on Hard-Wiring Happiness

Why success and failure are exactly the same, or how process supersedes perfection.

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Wayfinding in Wittgenstein’s World: 88 Constellations
Wayfinding in Wittgenstein’s World: 88 Constellations

A non-linear tour of philosophy, or what Carmen Miranda has to do with the Vienna Circle.

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The Happiness Project: Gretchen Rubin Spends a Year in Pursuit
The Happiness Project: Gretchen Rubin Spends a Year in Pursuit

A year’s worth of ideas, inspiration and innovation from culture’s collective brain.

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