Yara Zgheib, Author at English
By Yara Zgheib - 16. 07. 2015

Our vision of the world is dictated by our perspective. What if that perspective gets skewed?...

By Yara Zgheib - 24. 06. 2015

Governments ask conformity in exchange for safety. It is a transaction we cannot accept....

By Yara Zgheib - 4. 06. 2015

John Nash devised a supremely rational, Nobel Prize-winning model. He was also a supremely irrational man. How can this be?...

By Yara Zgheib - 22. 05. 2015

Today, fashion is a mass-produced commodity. This makes us forget that what we wear used to be a political statement – and could once again be an in...

By Yara Zgheib - 6. 05. 2015

Our columnist has done her research: This is the guide to modern world domination....

By Yara Zgheib - 22. 04. 2015

Resistance is part of our human nature. Without it, we would not be alive. ...

By Yara Zgheib - 7. 04. 2015

How can we define ‘normal’ in a complex and ever-changing world? Our modern understanding of normality is simply another word for consensus – an...

By Yara Zgheib - 26. 03. 2015

Art cannot be defined, regulated, or homogenized. It is a testimony to the history that precedes it, the environment that molds it, and the events tha...

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