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Lisa Feldman Barrett and 7 ½ Lessons About the Brain

Seven and a Half Lesson About the Brain by Lisa Feldman Barrett is an excellent and brief glance at how the brain works and why it matters.

Timothy Snyder on the Maladies of the US Healthcare System

Timothy Snyder thinks, as many others have pointed out, that the main malady of US healthcare it’s the way the system prioritizes profits.

Bill Hayes and New York in Times of Pandemics

Bill Hayes has been taking stunning pictures of New York during the pandemic. His new book is an extension of such pictures.

Communism and Barbarism: The Choices of Slavoj Zizek 

Slavoj Zizek swims against the current and proposes a new way to look at the future of the Pandemic.

Can the Internet Save Us After This Pandemic?

Can the internet save us? In his book on the Pandemic, David Eagleman argues that the future will need the strength of the internet.