A simple dice game shines a bit of light on the psychology of regret.
Geoffrey Engelstein | Feb 26
One can undergo a sublime experience even in the face of a life-threatening force.
David E. Nye | Feb 20
Whenever someone waxes poetic about terraforming alien worlds, it’s worth taking a moment to consider the ethical implications of the proposal.
Erika Nesvold | Feb 12
“Baltimore” is a love song to a city, tainted by both Simone’s personal experience there and its social and economic struggles.
Alex Coles | Feb 2
Dirk van Laak examines the legacies of major infrastructure projects, shedding light on the complex relationship between political agendas, technological dreams, and public discontent.
Dirk van Laak | Jan 30
If we want to understand our consciousness, we must not be afraid to break new ground.
Marc Wittmann | Jan 25
Brigitte Berg offers a rare glimpse into the early career of an avant-garde filmmaker who defied boundaries, blending science and art with unmatched originality.
Brigitte Berg | Jan 22
The position that African art and design are the output of mathematicians and intellectuals is rarely made, but it begs exploration.
Jillian M. Harris | Jan 19
Only when clinicians dispel stereotypes about psychosis and understand the complex ways hallucinations can offer meaning, comfort, and purpose to patients can they truly guide them toward recovery.
Abigail Gosselin | Jan 15
Reconnecting children and nature may be the last cause in America that transcends political, religious, racial, and professional barriers.
Richard Louv | Jan 12