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7 Reasons why “The Prehistory of the mind” has been more influential than anything that was written before in the history of Cognitive Archeology.

In 1996, former Cambridge University Lecturer in Archeology, Steve Mithen who also has a Ph.D in Archeology from Cambridge, published a book entitled “The Prehistory of the Mind” with the subtitle “A search for the origins of Art, Religion and … Continue reading

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Asia’s next generation attempt to tackle its greatest challenge

Last year, I joined an essay writing contest sponsored by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public policy of the National University of Singapore and Time’s Magazine. The theme of the essay contest was “Asia Challenge 2020.”

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