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Our Loftiest Ideas Are Rooted In Practical Needs

Unlike ideas of air, food and water that allow us to think about the everyday resources we need to survive, the venerable notions of knowledge, truth or justice don’t obviously cater to practical needs. – Aeon <![CDATA[https://aeon.co/essays/our-most-abstract-concepts-emerged-as-solutions-to-our...

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How To Think About The “Big Data” Economy

Policy makers, economists, techies, lawyers, business leaders, and consumers should borrow an idea from cultural anthropology and consider the concept of “barter.” – Harvard Business Review <![CDATA[https://hbr.org/2021/07/the-data-economy-is-a-barter-economy]]></source> Harvard Business Review

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