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Every scientist has his or her ´´ultimate question,´´ the unknown quantity that, if answered, would break open their field. In the spirit of this, Edge.org publisher John Brockman asks 284 of the world´s leading scientists, academics, artists, and intellectuals: ´´What is the last question?´´ Contributors include: Jared Diamond: ´´Why is there such widespread public opposition to science and scientific reasoning in the United States, the world leader in every major branch of science?´´Steven Pinker: ´´How can we empower the better angels of our nature?´´Carlo Rovelli: ´´Is there an ultimate reality?´´Nina Jablonski: ´´When will race disappear?´´Kevin Kelly: ´´How can the process of science be improved?´´Andrei Linde: ´´Where were the laws of physics written before the universe was born?´´Mario Livio: ´´Will it ever be possible to download the information stored in the human brain?´´Ian McEwan: ´´If the sum of all significant knowledge is finite, what proportion of it can humans, aided by intelligent machines, eventually attain?´´George Dyson: ´´Why are there no trees in the ocean?´´Dylan Evans: ´´Will civilization collapse before I die?´´And many, many others
20 Questions von Piatnik Das klassische Ratespiel in neuem Outfit. Wer gut kombinieren und manchmal um die Ecke denken kann, deutet die Hinweise richtig und errät den gesuchten Begriff eher als die Mitspieler.
Delving deeper into Native American practice, Don Miguel Ruiz confronts us with three simple yet profound questions which are essential to explore at each stage of our lives: Who am I? What is real? How do I express love? A fascinating exploration on spirituality and human identity, The Three Questions is essential reading for those in pursuit of self-knowledge, understanding and acceptance.
From the author of Heroic Measures (´´Smart and funny and completely surprising . . . I loved every page´´ -Ann Patchett), Act of God (´´A feat of literary magic´´-Booklist) and, with Amy Hempel, The Hand That Feeds You (´´An unnerving, elegant page-turner´´ -Vanity Fair), a spare, masterful novel. The place: central Florida. The situation: a sensational murder trial, set in a courthouse more Soviet than Le Corbusier; a rich, white teenage girl-a twin-on trial for murdering her toddler brother. Two of the jurors: Hannah, a married fifty-two-year-old former Rolling Stone and Interview Magazine photographer of rock stars and socialites (she began to photograph animals when she realized she saw people ´´as a species´´), and Graham, a forty-one-year-old anatomy professor. Both are sequestered (she, juror C-2; he, F-17) along with the other jurors at the Econo Lodge off I-75. As the shocking and numbing details of the crime are revealed during a string of days and courtroom hours, and the nights play out in a series of court-financed meals at Outback Steak House (the state isn´t paying for their drinks) and Red Lobster, Hannah and Graham fall into a furtive affair, keeping their oath as jurors never to discuss the trial. During deliberations the lovers learn that they are on opposing sides of the case. Suddenly they look at one another through an altogether different lens, as things become more complicated . . . After the verdict, Hannah returns home to her much older husband, but the case ignites once again and Hannah´s ´´one last dalliance before she is too old´´ takes on profoundly personal and moral consequences as The Body in Question moves to its affecting, powerful, and surprising conclusion.
To get a great answer, you need to ask the perfect question. Warren Berger revives the lost art of questioning. In this groundbreaking book, journalist and innovation expert Warren Berger shows that one of the most powerful forces for igniting change in business and in our daily lives is a simple, under-appreciated tool--one that has been available to us since childhood. Questioning--deeply, imaginatively, ´´beautifully´´--can help us identify and solve problems, come up with game-changing ideas, and pursue fresh opportunities. So why are we often reluctant to ask ´´Why?´´ Berger´s surprising findings reveal that even though children start out asking hundreds of questions a day, questioning ´´falls off a cliff´´ as kids enter school. In an education and business culture devised to reward rote answers over challenging inquiry, questioning isn´t encouraged--and, in fact, is sometimes barely tolerated. And yet, as Berger shows, the most creative, successful people tend to be expert questioners. They´ve mastered the art of inquiry, raising questions no one else is asking--and finding powerful answers. The author takes us inside red-hot businesses like Google, Netflix, IDEO, and Airbnb to show how questioning is baked into their organizational DNA. He also shares inspiring stories of artists, teachers, entrepreneurs, basement tinkerers, and social activists who changed their lives and the world around them--by starting with a ´´beautiful question.´´
Many books offer information about the world´s most populous country, but few make sense of what is truly at stake. Thirty-six of the world´s leading China experts¿affiliates of Harvard´s renowned Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies¿answer key questions about where this new superpower is headed and what makes its people and their leaders tick.
Ask your friends. Ask your parents. Ask someone you hardly know. The Book of Questions gives you permission to ask those things that are too bold, too embarrassing, or just too difficult to ask by yourself. You will find questions of integrity; of sex; of what you would do for money; even things too personal to talk about out loud.Whether you use it as a tool for self discovery, or as a provocative way to stimulate conversation, this book constantly challenges attitudes, morals, beliefs-and it challenges you.