You board a train and immediately, with the glint of urgency in your eyes, look for a seat. You are fighting to get into Central London during the morning rush-hour, so getting a seat would elevate your social status from peasant-to-privileged. Your vigilance has paid dividends; there’s an empty seat by the window. In a … Continue reading This train is moving. . . probably
In 1 Timothy 6:10, it says “For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. By craving it, some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many sorrows.” As for so many of the ethical lessons the bible purports to teach, as well as this one, it can … Continue reading Money, the Root of All Evil or Trust?
Cattell, in the 1960’s, defined two sets of intelligence that were inextricably linked: that of fluid and crystallised intelligence. According to Cattell, one’s aptitude to solve for novel problems, apply cognitive tools to new situations and identify patterns, outlines their fluid intelligence. Crystallised intelligence, on the other hand, envelops one’s ability to take what they … Continue reading How intelligent are we? Its for our cells to decide.