Who cares about clean air and safe drinking water anyway?
Colleges should consider socioeconomic situation in admission, not race.
The British and the Americans giving the rest of us the finger. Good luck with that.
I’m reading Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman the second time. I’ve read only a handful of books that have changed my life. Escher, Gödel, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter and the Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge come to mind. I have added Fast and Slow to that handful. I Continue Reading
In an earlier post I wrote about the labels “race” and “gender” and their limited usefulness in discourse and policy making. There are several more where those came from. An often mentioned one in Sweden right now is “unaccompanied refugee children”. It is claimed that they are over-represented in crime Continue Reading
In my personal battle against irrational thinking I’ve come to think about the categories “race” and “gender” and how they are used to categorize people and to make policy. There is a strong suspicion that Asian-Americans are discriminated against by several top American universities. There will probably soon be a Continue Reading