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Don’t believe them when they tell you it’s not personal. I spend ten hours at work a day. It’s deeply personal.–Pramod Bhasin1

Aristotle and Euripides

Aristotle is the father of modern science, the first person to classify areas of human knowledge into distinct disciplines such as mathematics, biology, and ethics. Some of these classifications are still used today. He is the father of logic and reasoning. Euripides, in contrast, was a poet and prolific playwright who went against the trend of the day in the fourth century BC by portraying slaves as intelligent and women as strong. He focused on the inner lives and motives of his characters, which was new to Greek audiences of the day. Aristotle or Euripides? Today’s leader needs ...

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