Psychopathy is thought to be present in approximately 1% of the general population. However, evidence suggests that these people are overrepresented in certain professions, many of which are leadership/management-based and can have a profound influence on our society. Should this be a cause for concern, or are people with psychopathic traits simply more capable of performing these roles? Continue reading “A useful psychopath?”
Why are humans becoming incapable to cooperate as social communities? This article analyses the most evident symptoms of the ongoing collapse of our collective dimension. Continue reading “The spreading process of social atomization”
Over the years, science education has been gradually reshaped in an attempt to improve learning outcomes. If science education is reformed further, there is potential for scientists to contribute even more to society. Shouldn’t empirically-validated teaching practices be applied across all universities? Further refinement of science education promises to shape a scientifically literate society in which citizens can apply scientific and moral reasoning to real-world situations. Continue reading “Further reform of scientific teaching is necessary for a better society”
The aim of this blog is to provide the reader with an artistic and yet realistic mosaic of human pictures. Macroscopic events of our society result from a complex combination of individual dreams, ambitions and actions.
We aim at providing stories that have humans as their core element, from macro-stories about our multifarious culture – including politics, society and science -, to micro-stories of individual’s hopes, struggles and change.
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