Critical thinking feels almost revolutionary in the context of deep learning and AI. But perhaps it’s just what we need.
In this piece, a truffle hunter in Italy describes what it takes—from generations of passed down knowledge to the climate the soil— to produce white truffles, which even now, cannot be intentionally cultivated.
In this brief talk, Mikkel Rasmussen demonstrates the power of reframing a business challenge through asking a new question: what business are we in?
Simon Critchley, Professor of Philosophy at Barnard College, sits with Christian Madsbjerg to talk about the explanatory limits of scientism and the models that allow us to develop a substantive understand of human behavior.
In a global, interconnected, “I-can-be-everywhere” world, sometimes the most decadent experience is to be somewhere. To be, quite literally, grounded in a specific place. From tourism to wine to fragrance, the qualities of place can enhance the experience and value of the product. Understanding how our things emerge from and remain forever tied to discrete locales is a critical way in which luxury pushes back on the encroaching global experience.