Archive for December, 2012

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Bespoke speech writing, speech coaching, presentation skills training: how to create messages that stick.

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TED Talks Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves.

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Science and art rule the world. Without them the world, especially human life, would be not just a duller place. It would not function. A year ago when I started writing about art and science it was hard to find popular work on the …

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Reading around this analysis, as well as neuroscience, especially mirror neurons and grid cells, cultural theory including the anthropology and psychology of art making, and my own phenomenological reflections from Vipassana …

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Phenomenology is the attempt to discover the origin of the object at the very centre of our experience…[to] describe the emergence of being and…how, paradoxically, there is for us an in-itself.” Maurice Merleau-Ponty The …

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Psychologists and anthropologists debate how different cultures answer the question, “What time is it?”

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University of Illinois Chicago political scientist Kelly LeRoux (who got her PhD at Wayne State University here in the D) and co-author Anna Bernadska recently published a study, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts …

Rachel Lovie‘s insight:

Correlation between engagement with the arts and civic mindedness.

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