Tag Archives: Framing

Comparing minds

(featured image: qimono) A relativity principle possibly even more fundamental than Albert Einstein’s A little while ago I sat working with the radio tuned to a show in which the hostess quizzes a celebrity for a couple of hours on … Continue reading

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(Weak) point of law

Calls for new or stricter legislation are often based on a misunderstanding of how people’s behaviour is really influenced One of the interesting side effects of being a citizen of one country and living in another one is that it … Continue reading

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