If cows and minks are bred for their meat and their fur, are we kind of… bred for economic growth?
We criticise in others what we don’t like in ourselves
Meditation is associated with multiple cognitive, perceptual, affective, somatic and other side effects
Looking at how we can use neuroscience research to boost our creativity
Being mindful when you know you’re anxious
Happy May Day all
Good relationships keep us happier and healthier.
Originally posted on Vividness:
By “ethics,” in quotes, I mean talk about ethics, rather than what people actually do. This page explains “ethics” as signaling: personal advertisement. We all display “ethicalness” as a strategy for looking like attractive mates and coworkers, by signaling class status, tribal loyalty, and superior personality traits. Although this post is…
We should pay more attention to what the Eastern philosophy already knows about the body and mind.
Philosophy doesn’t aim to change one’s life, only to understand it.
How to choose where to invest your effort.
Conversation with Dr Chris Walsh