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Morality, Aesthetics, and the Ten Commandments

Reading Stefan Molyneux’s book on secular morality, Universally Preferable Behaviour, brought something into clear focus for me: the difference between a thing being morally wrong and merely aesthetically bad. One of the key finding in Built to Last: Successful Habits … Continue reading

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Will the ACLU Part Ways with Free Speech?

The Guardian has a new article explaining How the resurgence of white supremacy in the US sparked a war over free speech. Late last summer, the American Civil Liberties Union faced a mounting crisis over its most celebrated cause, which … Continue reading

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Is Google Built to Last?

In my analysis of the events surrounding James Damore’s now infamous Google memo, I stated that what had happened could be explained by the premise that Google holds diversity as a core value, where as Damore holds individual merit as … Continue reading

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The Seven Archetypes: The Magician

Previous Post: The Emperor The seventh and final archetype I call The Magician. Magicians seem to be very rare, but perhaps they are just hard to spot. The Magician relates to others consciously, rather than by a subconscious mental pattern. … Continue reading

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Elon Musk’s 10 Principles for Success

I recently watched Evan Charmichael’s video compiling 10 clips of Elon Musk talking about success: It’s amazing how many of the principles overlap with Jim Collin’s Good to Great (GTG) principles. Here’s a summary of the principles from the video: … Continue reading

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