by Jeffrey Beneker
In business and in politics, philosophers and reporters tell us that no one can hide deficiencies in character forever.
by Robert Garland
How Alexander the Great helped created a naming controversy 2,500 years later that was just resolved.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Julia Kindt
The Pythia may have trailblazed the knowledge economy millennia before the arrival of “big data” and the invention of the internet.
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