By Oliver Burkeman | October 13, 2021
The COVID-19 lockdowns were hard. But, for some people, it was a chance to discover newfound appreciation for important aspects of their lives.
By James McConchie | December 8, 2021
By Joanne Chen | December 7, 2021
Altruism is when we act to promote someone else’s welfare, even at a risk or cost to ourselves. Though some believe that humans are…Read More
“People who are intellectually humble know that their beliefs, opinions, and viewpoints are fallible because they realize that the evidence on which their beliefs are based could be limited or flawed or that they may not have the expertise or ability to understand and evaluate the evidence. Intellectual humility involves understanding that we can’t fully trust our beliefs and opinions because we might be relying on faulty or incomplete information or are incapable of understanding the details.”― What Does Intellectual Humility Look Like?, by Mark Leary