A corollary of giving priority to invention is that imitation, once the foundation of creativity in architecture, is banished.
On the surface, “normal” might seem harmless, charmingly self-deprecating, maybe even endearing.
Why do people commit acts of cruelty?
Somehow love is regarded as a “soft” subject, fit for the arts and fine for private life, but not for the tough business of the public sphere, of making hard choices, negotiating power, and forging contracts.
There’s a certain eroticism to waiting. Even if—or more accurately because—it’s a painful experience.
We hear it said a lot these days: white privilege, male privilege, cisgender privilege
Is Whole Foods a kind of morality tale, a story of what happens when a company that started with good intentions gets too big too fast?
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