The danger in these metaphors is they can subconsciously discourage reinterpretation, which can further contribute to sexist, racist and colonial influence in historical writing.
Mindfulness might not be an easy answer to the divisiveness that surrounds us, but an accurate understanding that includes the practice of acceptance may help encourage sincerity and understanding.
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Our brains use a function similar to a search engine’s autocomplete feature, but sometimes we get it wrong.
Those with a diagnosis of schizophrenia may be more likely to interpret metaphorical thoughts literally.
Some people argue the absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, you just need to keep looking. But there are occasions where finding no evidence is all you can do.
Project Debater looks like machines are ready to understand humans, but the reality is we’re still in the earliest days of AI.
Asking whether machines can really understand us is meaningless.
After such a difficult political experience, empathy is the key not only to feeling connected, but feeling understood – and understanding others.
Our heads are like radio receivers, and they can tune in to various different channels.