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“Persepolis” by Marjane Satrapi

I had long been too snobbish to read graphic novels. Cartoons like Tintin or Calvin & Hobbes are great, but when it comes to serious subjects, I prefer prose. Also, I read a lot on trains or in restaurants and … Continue reading

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How to make money with a Philosophy degree

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Calvin and Hobbes explain the Economy

Calvin and Hobbes, my most favourite cartoon, have something to add to the current debate about how corporations think and act: (Click on the image for an enlarged view.) I don’t know when this particular strip first appeared, but Bill … Continue reading

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