I’m taking a class right now for graduate school that is ostensibly about organizational ethics. However, the bulk of the class has been about the Aristotelian concept of you Eudaimonia. Eudaimonia is living the good life, a well-lived life, extraordinary life, or whatever that subjectively means to you.
This thought experiment, what would I do with $100 Million, came up this week at grad school in a class on organizational ethics. The focus of the class is Aristotle’s concept of eudaimonia. In his Nicomachean Ethics (1095a15–22), Aristotle says that eudaimonia means doing…
She couldn’t let it go, and you could tell there was something niggling at her subconscious when you watched her standing in line, picking at her cuticles, her index finger digging at the side of her thumb.
Sitting in the sunny window, notebook open to ink splotched pages, I…
I am in graduate school, currently taking a class on research methods, and for a project, we had to create a survey. So, if you have two minutes to click through and take the below survey on your feelings on ART, I greatly appreciate it.
I am working on kitchen renovations and today I fell off the ladder. I am okay-ish, my fall was broken by the kitchen counter before I flipped off like WilE Coyote and hit the floor. Hard. I was sure I broke something vital, like my leg.