Fellow Interintellect Anwar AlKandari dives into the joys and mysteries of fiction

“The stupidity of people comes from having an answer for everything. The wisdom of the novel comes from having a question for everything.”― Milan Kundera, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting

Permissionless agency

Interintellect Host Michelle Huang on her debut Salon with Brian Toh — and pain, healing, and identity

“You never really know how it’s going to end. But when it does, you can’t really say you didn’t see it coming. They tell you the amount of love you’re willing to let in is equivalent to the amount of pain you think you can survive. There is some sacred and fundamental truth to that.

But they also never told you how much it was going to f***ing hurt.”

By fellow Interintellect Brian Toh — first published on his blog

Tuning into The Visceral

Finding Playgrounds and Playmates

Dunbar’s Number

By Irene Karthik — first published on her blog


By Étienne Fortier-Dubois

Even more instructive than our mental models may be our mental mythologies

By Daniel Golliher


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