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April 27, 2017

Intuition, Snap Judgments and Gut Reactions

When Gianfranco Becchina offered to sell an ancient statue to the Getty Museum for $10 million in 1983, the Getty conducted extensive (even microscopic) analysis before agreeing to buy. Afterward a few experts on viewing the statue had instantaneous misgivings, though they had a hard time articulating exactly why. Yet the gut reactions were right and the time-consuming analysis was wrong. The statue eventually proved to be a fake.

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Posted by Andy Le Peau at 10:02 AM | Comments

April 6, 2017

The Man in the High Castle

What would it be like for white Americans to be second-class citizens in their own country? What if we had to accommodate ourselves to a dominant culture that wasn't native to us? What if we had to negotiate different values, different customs, different ways of speaking, and a lower economic status than we are used to--all with the vague fog of inferiority hanging over us constantly as we and others compare us to a superior race? What would it be like? How would it feel?

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