Monthly Archives: November 2010

Numbers Convince

Information that is delivered in numbers is incredibly convincing. Even though we know that the important things in life do not lend themselves to measurement and quantification, we continue to try to translate our experience into numbers because numbers seem … Continue reading

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The disadvantage of good cognition

As a culture, we value our cognition. Intelligence is a virtue in a certain way, and we work at developing our intelligence and the intelligence of our children. We have cognitive therapies because we like to believe that what we … Continue reading

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