Netflix, Waze, World Map, USA Debt and Ant Financial : The Week’s Most Interesting

In 1840 Thomas Carlyle produced the Great Man theory, aimed at making a universal theory of what makes great leaders. He studied a large number of leaders and came up with a definitive theory of that time. It is fascinating to read about it with today’s context. A lot has changed ( it should now be calledContinue reading “Netflix, Waze, World Map, USA Debt and Ant Financial : The Week’s Most Interesting”

Belarus, Federal Reserve, Covid Vaccine, Moskovitz and Abe: The Week’s Most Interesting

Philosophy has a deceptively simple concept about social decision making called the Veil of Ignorance. The concept in short talks about the approach to decision making, in choices that have large scale impact. The idea is that the decision maker makes decisions not knowing who he would be in the society. So for example if the personContinue reading “Belarus, Federal Reserve, Covid Vaccine, Moskovitz and Abe: The Week’s Most Interesting”

Canva, EU, Digital Japan, Mitron and EIA 2020: The Week’s Most Interesting

Individual, Company, Country and Continent have all their individual struggles. The most beautiful struggle ever documented is Macbeth’s struggle with his conscience. It’s the most difficult struggle when you need to win over yourself. The concept of the greatest battle of your life is the most common universal theme in the world. And the storiesContinue reading “Canva, EU, Digital Japan, Mitron and EIA 2020: The Week’s Most Interesting”