Light read with amusing observation, stretched out over slightly more pages than necessary to convey the message.
Interesting to read how advances in brain science lead to confirmation of intuitive but traditionally hard-to-prove hypotheses.
David van Reybrouk – Against Elections (read in Dutch)
It would be interesting to expand the solution space to include not just random selection of citizens but also modes of participation and collaboration from non-political domains like open source software development.
The authors attack a overly simplified version of the theories they aim to refute, failing to recognize the necessarily non-linear nature of evolution.
Impressive and heart-warming life story
Mix of interesting Marxist perspectives on contemporary politics and confusing rants about old movies.
Overly simplified presentation of basic statistics that cuts some corners, as superbly pointed out by Andrew Gelman.
Smart agent-based modelling perspective on global challenges around poverty and sustainability.
The glossary of non-verbal signals and their meaning makes you aware of the limitations of Zoom, Teams, and Skype, espacially in COVID times.