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How Jamie Moyer defied the radar gun and defeated time A legendary right-handed pitcher and TV commentator Curt Schilling once said, “Control is the ability to throw strikes, and command is the ability to throw quality strikes.” As far as control...
Dr. Kevin N. Cawley, director of the Irish Institute of Korean Studies in the School of Asian Studies at University College Cork (UCC), authored a book titled “Religious and Philosophical Traditions of Korea.” The newly published book gets praises from...
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“There is always room at the top” Over time, a lot of animals get bigger, which is dubbed Cope’s Rule. The reason: once an animal finds itself at the top of the heap within its biome, they escape the competition. In...
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...
Gaston Bachelard studies four major fire complexes The virus pandemic prompts people to leave for camping instead of taking a flight to overseas tourist attractions. After pitching a tent and eating, they tend to space out while starting at the...
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...
Are Koreans bizarre people? In the 2018 book titled “Rule Makers, Rule Breakers,” cultural psychologist Michele Gelfand tried to show the difference between countries is derived from how tightly or loosely they adhere to social norms. Under the tight-loose perspective, the...
Prof. Behe delves into Darwinism If science ended the creation-evolution debate in the latter’s favor once and for all, then why do authors like Richard Dawkins keep writing books attacking creationism, and why do they sell quite well? Some would say...
Why Dyson, McDonald’s struggle in Korea Millennials born in the 1990s are different from their predecessors who were born in the 1970s and 1980s. This is the conclusion of a book titled “People Born in the 1990s Are Coming.” The best-selling...
Michel Foucault brings forth concept of episteme In his book “The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences,” French philosopher Michel Foucault brought forth the concept of “episteme.” The 1966 book is about 55 years old, but his “episteme,”...

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