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Why Ideas Matter

As I head out to Aspen tomorrow (to the Ideas Festival), I can’t help worrying that I’m both celebrating and somehow fetishizing the notion of “ideas” – treating them like tasty appetizers rather than the main meal of our daily … Continue reading

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Off To Aspen: Where Ideas Matter

I’m headed to Aspen again. Two years ago, I spoke at the Ideas Festival on the 21st Century Child. You can see me on the panel with Amy Chua, Ellen Galinsky, and Larry Cohen here, talking about the Goal of … Continue reading

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Use Your Words

“Words are supposed to hurt. That’s considered a legitimate way of fighting things out. And what did it replace in the historical scene? It replaced actual violence. Words are supposed to be free so we CAN actually fight things out, … Continue reading

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