Plato


'Plato' - 6 News Result(s)

  • 19 Minutes With Microsoft's CEO: A New Book, A New Culture And A 'Complete Nonsense Answer'

    19 Minutes With Microsoft's CEO: A New Book, A New Culture And A 'Complete Nonsense Answer'

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has long been a fan of dropping literary references into business conversation. He quoted Nietzsche in an investor call. He's paraphrased Oscar Wilde in an employee memo. He's tweeted book lists that include Plato and Piaget, and shared insights about teamwork from a nonfiction tale of the rowing team that won the 1936 O...

  • Opinion: How Gandhi Used Socrates

    Opinion: How Gandhi Used Socrates

    Gandhi's translation was banned by the British, writes Phiroze Vasunia.

  • True Vroomance: Watch How Engine Exhaust Notes Lead To Music!

    True Vroomance: Watch How Engine Exhaust Notes Lead To Music!

    We go to concerts, hear maestros sing or create unparalleled symphonies and then fall into a pit of catharsis (yes, I am bringing Plato up) or get inspired to the core.

  • Blog: Why Facebook matters in this election

    Blog: Why Facebook matters in this election

    The great philosopher Plato had famously said "Democracy is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder, and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequal alike." I think of those famous words often at Facebook.

  • The Sole of a student: TED winner Sugata Mitra's blog

    The Sole of a student: TED winner Sugata Mitra's blog

    From Plato to Aurobindo, from Vygotsky to Montessori, centuries of educational thinking have vigorously debated a central pedagogical question: How do we spark creativity, curiosity, and wonder in children? But those who philosophized pre-Google were prevented from wondering just how the Internet might influence the contemporary answer to this age-...

  • Dosa-Avatar

    Dosa-Avatar

    Plato once said art is an imitation of an imitation. Sonal Ved finds a common link between crepes in France, injera in Ethopia, pancakes in America, blinis in Russia and dosas in India.Food historians have credited the French for coming up with crepes....

'Plato' - 6 News Result(s)

  • 19 Minutes With Microsoft's CEO: A New Book, A New Culture And A 'Complete Nonsense Answer'

    19 Minutes With Microsoft's CEO: A New Book, A New Culture And A 'Complete Nonsense Answer'

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has long been a fan of dropping literary references into business conversation. He quoted Nietzsche in an investor call. He's paraphrased Oscar Wilde in an employee memo. He's tweeted book lists that include Plato and Piaget, and shared insights about teamwork from a nonfiction tale of the rowing team that won the 1936 O...

  • Opinion: How Gandhi Used Socrates

    Opinion: How Gandhi Used Socrates

    Gandhi's translation was banned by the British, writes Phiroze Vasunia.

  • True Vroomance: Watch How Engine Exhaust Notes Lead To Music!

    True Vroomance: Watch How Engine Exhaust Notes Lead To Music!

    We go to concerts, hear maestros sing or create unparalleled symphonies and then fall into a pit of catharsis (yes, I am bringing Plato up) or get inspired to the core.

  • Blog: Why Facebook matters in this election

    Blog: Why Facebook matters in this election

    The great philosopher Plato had famously said "Democracy is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder, and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequal alike." I think of those famous words often at Facebook.

  • The Sole of a student: TED winner Sugata Mitra's blog

    The Sole of a student: TED winner Sugata Mitra's blog

    From Plato to Aurobindo, from Vygotsky to Montessori, centuries of educational thinking have vigorously debated a central pedagogical question: How do we spark creativity, curiosity, and wonder in children? But those who philosophized pre-Google were prevented from wondering just how the Internet might influence the contemporary answer to this age-...

  • Dosa-Avatar

    Dosa-Avatar

    Plato once said art is an imitation of an imitation. Sonal Ved finds a common link between crepes in France, injera in Ethopia, pancakes in America, blinis in Russia and dosas in India.Food historians have credited the French for coming up with crepes....

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