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After finishing the monumental work of The Path Between The Seas: The Creation Of The Panama Canal, 1870-1914 by David McCullough, I went for something a little lighter: Plato And A Platypus Walk Into A Bar… Understanding Philosophy Through Jokes.  It was exactly what I needed. Honestly, I couldn’t even tell you about all the...
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David McCullough’s exhaustively researched tome, The Path between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914, is on par with all of his great works.  McCullough is best known for in-depth research of singular events, including The Great Bridge; 1776; Truman, The Jonestown Flood; and others.  McCullough writes with great insight, humor, and elegance...
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Creativity:  Nobody knows where it comes from, but everybody wants it.  Most people can’t define it, but they know it when they see it.  It’s a misunderstood topic, but many of us spend countless hours trying to become more creative. In his groundbreaking work, Creativity:  Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi...
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