Tag Archives: Julian Jaynes

The Silence of Angels

Years ago, while crossing the bridge of Castel Sant’Angelo, my skin felt the angels speak. A mystical experience? No, it was the magic of French conceptual artist, Alain Fleischer, who, via technology, had given life to angels made of stone. … Continue reading

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Practice your mistakes

We all have something in common—we make mistakes. But what makes the difference between us is how we deal with them. Julian Jaynes wrote that thinking too much can inhibit learning.  He used the example of one learning to type … Continue reading

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