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Over the past year, the Covid-19 pandemic has put our health at risk, brought the global economy virtually to a standstill and disrupted our lives in ways we never imagined. The magnitude of the global catastrophe prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to commission an independent panel of experts to assess the situation. The panel… Read the full article
One of the most deeply rooted symbols in people’s imagination today is the association between happiness and wealth with its many derivatives (consumerism, power and accumulation). Yet this axiom is not only false, it is also one of the major causes of unhappiness. This article presents some detrimental cultural and social consequences of this mentality, also in light of research carried out in the psychological sphere. These all arrive at the same conclusion attributed to Jesus: “There is more joy in giving than in receiving.” Even so, trust in the binomial of happiness and possession-of-goods shows no sign of relenting. It is a typical example of what researchers call “intellectual distortion.”
Bitcoin is the virtual currency par excellence. Barely a day goes by without it being in the news, either due to wild swings in value, or the multiple reactions it provokes. There are many who argue it should be regulated, and some even suggest banning it, such as the Nobel Prize winning economists, Joseph Stiglitz… Read the full article