freeing will

“I have chosen to become what you have made me…”

–Jean-Jacques Rousseau

From choice architecture to sunk cost fallacies, we’re learning more all the time about all the ways the human mind can be fooled. So why not figure out the ways we can get our fellow citizens to act more in their own interests instead of asking what’s wrong with the states in which they live, or better yet, how to manipulate them into thinking for themselves?  Why not make the best of the intersection of psychology, biology, and politics?


The Case Of Babar
A classic tale of leadership and rise to power goes on the couch, from recently discovered notes detailing Freud’s analysis of the King of the Elephants…




Creative Politics synthesizes the best of liberal and conservative ideals with technology and history to generate policies, strategies, applications, and actions for the post-modern era that are well outside the beltway, and well beyond just talk…