In the summer and fall of 2016, consultant at ReD and Doctor in Philosophy, Simon Taylor, curated a course on the history of Western philosophy for his coworkers at the Copenhagen office of ReD Associates.
The course as a whole is intended to serve as a basic introduction to the history of Western philosophy. The goal of these seminars is to clarify the main themes, concepts, and critiques of some of the most influential - and, alas, difficult - texts in the Western canon.
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The goal of the course is to clarify the main themes, concepts, and critiques of some of the most influential - and, alas, difficult - texts in the Western canon.
Professors in Philosophy Taylor Carman and Simon Critchley curated a course on meaning for ReD Associates, to keep our thinking attuned to the explanatory power of philosophy.
As a part of ReD's internal training, Taylor Carman, Professor at Columbia and Heidegger expert, gave our staff a course on Heidegger's thinking. This page contains the recordings from those sessions, held at ReD's New York office during the fall of 2013 and spring of 2014.
Fortune speaks with ReD’s Christian Madsbjerg about flawed business thinking, the arrogance of Silicon Valley, and why he prefers to hire anthropology majors at his consulting firm.
As business problems are becoming increasingly complex, companies have begun to turn to big data. But big data analytics do not paint a completely meaningful picture of why people act the way they do.
Instead of focusing on products, the anthropologists and sociologists at ReD Associates are working to understand “worlds” — the contexts in which people live and create meaning in their everyday lives.