Thesis

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My guest this episode is Phil Lord, professor or law at McGill. Together we are going to examine two different types of story telling formats, known as the didactic and non didactic, and how these differing methods may affect how child assimilates meaning.

Show Notes

One of the hopes I have for this show is to uncover the connections between seemingly unrelated aspects of our society and how these affect our daily life at scale. My guest this episode is Phil Lord, professor or law at McGill. Together we are going to examine two different types of story telling formats, known as the didactic and non didactic, and how these differing methods may affect how child assimilates meaning.  Don’t worry if these terms sound confusing we will go into detail about what they mean in this show. But importantly we will examine how these opposing forms of story telling might affect a child's propensity, once adult,  to adhere or not to different laws.

What is Thesis?

Are you curious and crave being introduced to new ideas, then this is the show for you. Every week I will be talking to a different academic about the thesis of a research paper or essay they have written. The scope of the show will be fairly broad but we will focus mainly on the humanities (Psychology,Philosophy, Economics, History etc...)