Human/humanism 2.0 ?

This week I started reading ‘Homo Deus’ by Yuval Noah Harari and it’s mind boggling! Initially when I had just read the premise of the book, I thought this might just be another AI taking over the world narrative whilst predicting the future, but the nuances that the author adds to the argument set in…

Multidimensional models of thinking

This week I thought I could try something new. The past posts heavily revolved around what I had been reading in the following week and then it culminated into an attempt of how I resonated with those learnings. So this week I thought I would end up summarizing my learnings from a few of the…

Gandhi Smarak Sanghralaya -A memorial for the saint or the sinner?

Charles Correa believed that people living in warm climates develop very specific relationships to their en­vironment. During the day we need but minimal protection, such as a chhatri (an overhead canopy); in the early morning and at night, the best place to be is under the open sky. We relate more to open environment than the colder…