Nassim Taleb’s Ludig Fallacy explained. Models are only worth a damn when all variables can be accounted for.
Angus Fletcher joined me on my podcast ‘A Curious Worldview’ for episode #27 to speak about his wonderful book ‘Wonderworks’
Do algorithms cater to the individual or the masses? What are the incentives? Does survivorship bias explain the paradox of big algorithms?
I interviewed Chris Williamson, the host of one of the worlds most inquisitive podcasts. #26 of a ‘Curious Worldview’ with Chris Williamson.
Institutions Are Everything – They Come Before Politics – They Come Before Culture & They Come Before Geography & Economy James Robinson is a British economist and political scientist. He studies what makes countries different by focusing on the underlying economic and political institutions that lead some to prosperity and others to conflict. He most …
Jack Weatherford joined me for #18 on ‘A Curious Worldview’ podcast. Together we spoke about Mongolian culture, Genghis Khan & more!
Explaining Nietzsche’s slave morality. What is slave morality and where did it come from? Modernity versus the Ancients.
Geographic Determinism is the oversimplified idea that discounts culture and people over the lay of the land which determines everything.
After reading Storyworthy I have tried to figure out how to tell stories people will never forget. This article shed all the answers.
What is the shadow? Carl Jung’s Shadow theory sheds so much light onto an otherwise misunderstood corner of human behaviour.