Debasing The Human Mind: Part 3

In the last two posts on the topic of the recent political conventions dealt with the effect of speech on speakers, and on the way we treat information as a society. In this post, I would like to take some time to explore how this type of speech interacts with social, and group dynamics. For… Continue reading Debasing The Human Mind: Part 3

Measurement and inequality

Inequality can be measured in many ways. The primary way most people look at inequality from a numerical perspective is “vertical” inequality. This is essentially, asking how much money those at the bottom 10% of the income bracket have compared to those at the top 10%. There is another obvious way to look at this… Continue reading Measurement and inequality