Our mortality is not something to be overcome. It is integral to our humanity.
We tend to forget we are animals, until we become prey.
Then we’ll adapt and start telling ourselves new stories, just as humans have always done.
Devotion to this team has taught me to see the value in crushing defeat.
We are a long way from the Stoicism of Seneca, but grief and how we deal with it is still a vital part of the human experience.
The old boundaries of the human self are being blurred by technology. The risks are real, but the potential is astounding.
Searching for a shared humanness in North Korea.
Robots may be better than nothing, but they still won’t be enough.
In the age of online shaming, we should push ourselves to consider the collective consequences of our actions.
The space above us, once filled by the human imagination, is now crowded with technologies of surveillance and war.