At university, Generation Y follows strict conduct guidelines, but might these rules hinder genuine interactions and direct personal communication? Aldo Matteucci analyses.
In 1945, General Tomoyuki Yamashita was tried and executed for war crimes he was held accountable for under the principle of 'command accountability', despite not ordering or being aware of his subordinates' actions.
How did the evolution of human prosocial behaviour shift from alpha dominance to a more egalitarian society?
Aldo Mateucci analyses the intricate relationship between culture, communication, and international diplomacy.
Learn about the historical context and evolution of the Roman Inquisition and the various approaches the Catholic Church employed towards Protestant reformers.
Aldo Mateucci examines David Graeber's insights on democracy's origins, cultural innovation, and the limitations of historical analysis.
Ever wonder why unseen influences shape public spaces more than our own decisions? Aldo Matteucci analyses.
In the 1920s, General Motors covertly dismantled 100+ trolley systems, shifting the USA from public transport to private cars. But how did such a conspiracy go unnoticed? Aldo Matteucci analyses.
Richard E. Nisbett's book 'The Geography of Thought: How Asians and Westerners Think Differently… and Why' explores the differences in Western and Eastern thought. Read Aldo Mateucci's insightful book analysis in our latest blog post.
How do Machiavelli's views on religion and power compare with actual historical facts of empire-building in China and Rome?
Contrarians have a crucial role in society. Through questioning and challenging established norms, they help shape rational policy and norms.
What's more reliable: a bridge built on centuries-old, proven knowledge, or a state governed by inexperienced elite 'philosopher kings'? Aldo Matteucci looks at the contrast between communal wisdom and elite-driven governance.