Reader View · 8 min read · From 2017 · Dating websites have changed the way couples meet. Now evidence is emerging that this change is influencing levels of interracial marriage and even the stability of marriage itself. · Shared by 651, including Steven L. Johnson (he/him), Oliver Gassner / @firstname.lastname@example.org 💉🖖💚🎓, Azeem Azhar, Thomas Power, Nir Eyal, Luzius Meisser, Chris Messina, Victor Tolosa, Bjorn Larsen, ⎝Stéphan Lam⎠💬, Jane, Sascha Brossmann (he/him) 🇪🇺🇺🇦, Dominik Grolimund, Nico Luchsinger, Taylor Pearson, Ines Bieler, Philip Stehlik, Grégoire Japiot 🌻, Sachin Rekhi, Esther Schindler
Reader View · 7 min read · 2021-12-14 · We have a great deal of trouble telling what is innate and what is learned in human nature, whether ideas or emotions · Shared by 363, including Marylin Delgado (@email@example.com), Ceferino Díaz, John Hagel, Massimo Pigliucci, Anita Leirfall, Uta Frith
Reader View · ~13 min read · Jul 14th · These odd values were long dismissed as bookkeeping. Now physicists are proving that they describe the hidden shape of nature · Shared by 534, including Guy Longworth, Colin Wright, 🧠 Larry G. Maguire, Tactical Tech
Reader View · ~19 min read · Apr 5th · Barry Schwartz on why we work and what the dismal state of our workplaces tells us about the power of our theories of human nature to shape our world—even if those theories are false. · Shared by 154, including 🧠 Larry G. Maguire
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The key idea from Aristotle that has influenced me is the notion that every human activity has its own appropriate ends, its own appropriate goals.
Reader View · 2 min read · 2021-11-26 · 3 IDEAS FROM ME I. “Most people optimize for the day ahead. A few people optimize for 1-2 years ahead. Almost nobody optimizes for 3-4 years ahead (or longer). The person who is willing to delay… · Shared by 472, including Manda Nicole, IronBrigade - Gaming/Vlogs
Look around the rooms where you spend the most time. What behavior does this space encourage? How can you set things up to make your good habits easier?
Reader View · 4 min read · Sep 28th · A new study published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry offers evidence that a simple walk through nature can lower activity in stress-related brain regions. The experiment revealed that… · Shared by 350, including Neil Hart 💙
Reader View · 4 min read · From 2020 · Instead of accepting that life is cyclical, and that bad times are normal, we expect that we should always be on an upward cycle. That causes frustration. · Shared by 339, including Jonathan Kogan, Jennifer Hurst, Tauno
Reader View · 3 min read · Jan 2nd · Nature is an unstoppable force, and a beautiful one at that. Everywhere you look, the natural world is laced with stunning patterns that can be described with mathematics. From bees to blood vessels,… · Shared by 306, including Jeff Nolan 🇺🇸🚀, Anita Leirfall, Thomas Power
Reader View · 10 min read · From 2016 · “Human nature is to a significant degree the product of human design.” · Shared by 102, including Liv 😷, Sascha Brossmann (he/him) 🇪🇺🇺🇦, Alisa Silver, Mark Kaigwa, Tom Connor, Luminous Kaleidoscope, Dominik Grolimund, Dez S. Papp, blinch, Katja Evertz, Bilal Aslam