Tag: Lynn Stout

Voting for Our Better Selves; and Rules to Flourish By

Ted Fischer , July 1st, 2015


Mike Pesca, in one of his artful spiels on The Gist podcast, punctures the conventional wisdom that we Americans want folksy presidential candidates, that we yearn for a…


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Voting for Our Better Selves; and Rules to Flourish By

Ted Fischer , July 1st, 2015


Mike Pesca, in one of his artful spiels on The Gist podcast, punctures the conventional wisdom that we Americans want folksy presidential candidates, that we yearn for a…


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Voting for Our Better Selves; and Rules to Flourish By

Unknown , July 1st, 2015


Mike Pesca, in one of his artful spiels on The Gist podcast, punctures the conventional wisdom that we Americans want folksy presidential candidates, that we yearn for a…


→Anthropological Observations . . . on economics, politics, and daily life

Voting for Our Better Selves; and Rules to Flourish By

Ted Fischer , July 1st, 2015


Mike Pesca, in one of his artful spiels on The Gist podcast, punctures the conventional wisdom that we Americans want folksy presidential candidates, that we yearn for a…


→Anthropological Observations . . . on economics, politics, and daily life

Intrinsic Motivations and a Secret of the Good Life

Ted Fischer , July 8th, 2014


In the Sunday NY Times, Amy Wrzensniewski and Barry Schwartz argue that the secret of success is internal versus instrumental motivation.  They find that being driven by intrinsic…


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