A very stable genius.
Those who cannot explain themselves or cannot be moved by the reasons offered by others, those who are “deaf to” the persuasion of advisors, are rightly judged to be of diminished responsibility and are treated differently by law.
Outgoing US president voices hopes during Berlin visit that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will defend democratic values and rule of law.
On open debate versus the right not to be offended.
Why is the healthcare system failing the mentally ill?
So the British decided to leave the EU. When Brussels asked them to get started they said “we’re in no hurry, let’s think this through”. The old people who voted to leave said they will certainly suffer for it but they did the sacrifice for the younger generations. The younger Continue Reading
I started writing on this post in the aftermath of the riots in Husby near Stockholm in 2013. I thought I’d share some hypotheses about why I never rioted and instead became a rather typical middle class, reasonably well-educated and somewhat boring citizen, with a clean criminal record (bar a Continue Reading
In an earlier post I reported on the downward trend in the Swedish PISA results  (PISA is a survey measuring student knowledge and skills) and contrasted these with the overall competitiveness and innovativeness of Sweden. In a recent issue of The Economist  the prime minister of Singapore, Lee Continue Reading
Some time ago I chatted with a colleague from South Korea at a global corporate training session. We have kids that are about the same age so it was easy to find shared interests. We ended up comparing what could perhaps be called the knowledge culture of our respective countries Continue Reading