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My Dreadful Experience Interviewing Italian Academics

Podcasts are not popular in Italy yet.
If you walk around and ask random people, you hardly find one who is even familiar with the term. But I’ve been listening to them for a long time so, recently, I’ve started one with the goal of approaching intellectually today problems….

The Myth of Mental Illness – The Sarcastic Psychologist

Please… Have a sit.
– “Thank you.”
So. Tell me… What’s wrong?
– “Nothing, I’ve only got depression.”
Do you? What makes you think that?
– “Well, I don’t feel like doing anything in general!”
That’s it?
– “No I mean… I don’t feel going at work neither… Plus  I just want to…

Inside the Mind of the Betrayed – A Journey into the Underworld

What’s the worst thing you can do to a Human Being?
Many over the years have explored the darkest corners of their mind to come up with an answer. One of them was born in Florence in 1265.
Dante’s Inferno is still nowadays considered one of the greatest psychological investigation of Evil. The allegorical poem narrates…

Adam & Eve and the Origins of Evil – A Psychological Interpretation

– “Look! What a Monster! Despicable…”
Yep. Happens all the time…
– “I could never do something like that!”
Sure. Terrible things happen everyday and yet you’re always surprised.
Yes, we keep hurting each other and…

Eat, Sleep, Repeat – Rise and Fall of the Value Hierarchy

– “F***ing business man!”
One of the guys working next door used to complain about a certain fellow…
– “Always food delivered in the office… He works two blocks away for f***’s sake!”
He hated deliver him sushi. Apparently it made him skip his cigarette break, or never leaved a tip, God only knows…
– “Always with his fancy suit…”
Not that I cared much but…

About Me

My name is Mark Granza, I’m born in 1991, and I’m a long time passionate about Psychology.
A careful student of Canadian academic and public intellectual Jordan B. Peterson since 2 years ago, I’ve been particularly influenced by his teachings, by Stoicism, Carl G. Jung, and by…

"All you have to do is write a true sentence. Write the truest sentence you know" Ernest Hemingway

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