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Suppose there's a pill that would dramatically boost your creativity. Would you take it? Psychologist Jim Fadiman says that pill exists. It's the powerful hallucinogen LSD.
Could LSD boost your creativity? Yes, says psychologist Jim Fadiman, a pioneer in psychedelics research and one of the founders of the transpersonal pychology movement.
Singer/Songwriter Suzzy Roche talks about channeling her creativity from writing songs to writing her debut novel, 'Wayward Saints."
Austin Kleon talks about his book, "Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative."
Poet and writer Kenneth Goldsmith talks about his "Uncreative Writing" course in which students are penalized for showing any originality and creativity. Goldsmith is the author of "Uncreative Writing: Managing Language in the Digital Age."
There’s no English translation for the Dutch word “Gezellig."
Are there things that can never be understood, expressed or experienced outside their home culture?
We’re wandering the unmarked maps of cultural translation!
Can you know a culture if you don’t speak the language?
What's the oddest - or most delicious - translation of traditional food that you've sampled?
Culture's shaped by geography, language, class and clan. It’s also shaped by time.
Have you had culture shock? Did it hit when you were travelling or when you were at home?
America has a thing for Japanese culture. And since the U.S. and its allies occupied Japan after WWII, some Japanese have had a thing for American culture, music in particular.
Perhaps one of the most obvious and important cultural divides in the United States is between the political right and left.