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Evolution: Why Are Most of Us Right-Handed?

This story originally appeared on BBC Future<p>We humans don’t typically agree on all that much, but there is at least one thing that an impressive amount of us accept: which hand is easiest to control. If you use one hand for writing, you probably use the same one for eating as well, and most of us – …

The Brain

19 Signs You're Emotionally Intelligent (And Why It Matters for Your Career)

Uncover 20 signs you're emotionally intelligent and how it has the ability to influence your career.

A philosophical theory of cuteness

<i>Where does the idea of cuteness fit in relation to grander philosophical concepts like beauty? Has cuteness been wholly commodified? Do you like</i> …

Key facts for every prospective Philosophy major

Key facts for every prospective Philosophy major<p>By Dominic DeHoratius on November 2, 2015<p>Whenever I tell someone that I’m a Philosophy major, it …

University of Michigan

6 Inspiring Quotes That Have Stood the Test of Time

A challenging morning can be made less difficult by reading a few inspirational or motivational quotes. Sources for inspiration can be found in the quotes of former presidents, successful business people, inventors or even your parents. A deeper meaning for each quote can be determined by what is …

Motivation

3 Keys to Being Irresistibly Attractive

We all want others to like us. Deep down in our hearts we all want to feel supported, respected, and, most importantly, loved.<p>Yet, unfortunately, for many of us this is much easier said then done. We can feel like we always fall short in finding this love that we so desire to experience.<p>We can feel …

Relationships

The Unending Search for the Soul

In a brilliant new book, George Makari charts the ways Western thinkers have wrestled with questions of how the human mind is related to the material …