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A biography of the world’s most famous equation Asked if there was something that she wanted to know, American actress Cameron Diaz said in a press interview that she would like to know what E=mc² really means. After its announcement in...
David Buss’s book delves into human mating strategies Although they are the same species from the same planet, men and women are so different, which prompts some to say that the former came from Mars while the latter came from...
Bertrand Russell’s book highlights philosophical thinking Bertrand Russell was a versatile figure _ he was an outstanding philosopher, mathematician, historian, political activist, and social critic at the same time. Showing his prominence as a philosopher is a 1945 book, dubbed “The...
How each color gains meaning from people US anthropologist Clifford Geertz once noted that culture is “a web of meaning” that people create through symbolic interaction and “thick description.” We attach meaning to everything around us. We are simply cramming meaning...
New approach toward evolution and life When the human genome project was wrapped up midway through 2000, there were hope and hype that we would be able to achieve medical miracles of curing all diseases. Back then, former U.S. President Bill...
A classic volume about value investing Ask Warren Buffet, one of the great financial investors in the world, what book a newcomer in the stock market should read. Then, he will be sure to pick up this book, “The Intelligent...
Mystery behind Jim Simons’ successful quantitative investment Experts tend to talk about random walk theory and efficient market hypothesis to insist that technical analysis in the stock markets cannot be trusted. The former infers that the past movement of a stock...
The nation’s Buddhist treasures highlighted in English South Korea ‘s culture and heritage cannot be understood without Buddhism because out of 10 national treasures of South Korea, almost six are related to the religion. But foreigners have complained that the country...
“People should be indifferent to difference” In his magnum opus “The Open Society and its Enemies,” Austrian refugee philosopher Karl Popper lashed out at totalitarianism while supporting openness and piecemeal development. Sociologist Richard Sennett applies the principles to social ties in...
Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy This is the first of a three-part series, which highlights Modern Monetary Theory and the South Korean policies. _ ED. If unemployment goes down, the price level goes up and vice...

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