University of Oxford historian John Elliott on the key role of imagination when historians examine historical records since they are usually written from only one perspective.
If a tree falls in a forest with nobody to hear it, does it still make a sound? For many, this
Princeton University historian of science Michael Gordin on falsification and science vs. pseudoscience.
A decade later, a friend of mine mentioned in passing that, given my interests in education, I should check out the IB’s Diploma Programme.
Education is one of those curious topics that manages to display unparalleled consensus and divergence simultaneously.