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What would you sacrifice for integrity? - UnHerd
Malick’s debt in this film to ancient philosophy — before he became a film director, he was an academic philosopher — is undisguised. And in one of the film’s many eloquent and poignant interior monologues (a Malick trope) we hear Franz allude to Socrates’s dictum that “a good man cannot be harmed”. It’s what the Athenian philosopher told the jurors who had just convicted him on the trumped-up charges of corrupting the youth of the city and introducing new Gods.
AHiddenLife  TerrenceMalick  film  review  principle  philosophy  Unherd  2020 
24 days ago by inspiral
Universal Laws of the World · Collaborative Fund
Collaborative Fund break down some classic universal laws using examples related to design, technology, and business.
design  technology  business  statistics  psychology  economics  sociology  principles  evidence  bias  management  team  work  task-management  communication  law  principle  risk  stress  science 
27 days ago by uxbri
Universal Laws of the World · Collaborative Fund
Collaborative Fund break down some classic universal laws using examples related to design, technology, and business.
design  technology  business  statistics  psychology  economics  sociology  principles  evidence  bias  management  team  work  task-management  communication  law  principle  risk  stress  science 
27 days ago by danny.hope
Are we simple yet?
We are in the midst of a complexity epidemic in software. To address this, a new computing environment is required. We are building and promoting software which follows the following principles:
manifesto  principle  software 
7 weeks ago by chrisbuchholz

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