How to activate your brain's superpowers.
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Prescriptions for sanity in an insane world
Liz Swan Ph.D.
Early computer scientists promised technology would make our lives easier—but they may not have anticipated the infinite variety of maniacal rules governing passwords.
Does something you did decades ago while you were blacked out drunk matter today? Philosophical lessons from the not-so-honorable Brett Kavanaugh case.
The trauma being experienced at the U.S./Mexico border seems hopeless, a lost cause. But what if that trauma spurs the next generation of civil rights leaders and activists?
A hypnotist shares four simple things you can do today to stay in school, even if you vehemently loathe public speaking.
Ever wanted your own personal philosopher? Well, now you have one. Let's explore the light, the dark, and the various shades of grey of human nature together...
Liz Swan, Ph.D., is a writer, philosopher, and recovering academic who enjoys writing about all facets of human nature—the light, the dark, and all the shades of gray in between.