Review of "The Survival of The Richest"

Review of Cormac McCarthy's The Passenger

How Mondragon Became The World's Largest Co-op

How Oslo Learned to Fight Climate Change

How Much Do Things Really Cost?

Can companies force themselves to do good?

Who gets to define what it means to live?

The power of rational thinking in a world that seems unreasonable

Is It Time For A New Economics Curriculum

Should Gig Work Be Government Run?

Why We Dream

Plato in Sicily

What can America learn from Europe about regulating big tech

Slave Owners and American Indian Removal

Billionaires Changing the West

The Ethics of Using Amazon

The necessity of a Wealth Tax

Illuminating slave owners’ crucial role in the expulsion of Native Americans

The grim ethical dilemma of rationing medical care, explained

Can meditation make us good?

Cormac McCarthy on the unconscious

Fair Trade Comes to America

The Old Sophistry of Stanley Fish

Eyes in the Sky

Olympic Games We No Longer Play

Tax Collection in Ancient Egypt

The Immigrant Crisis in Athens

The Sordid Renaissance

A Fascinating History of Journalism

The Purpose of Education

The Deep Causes of the Greek Economic Crisis

The Wrongly Maligned American Pit Bull

The History of Writing

The Genius of Rick Bass

Hemingway Behaving Badly

The NCAA's Exploitation of Student-Athletes

The Subtle Prison of Technology

The Art of Teaching

Looted Antiquities and the Greek Economic Crisis

The True Legacy of Ancient Greek Democracy

The History of "White Trash" in America

The Extraordinary Conclusion of Ferrante's Neapolitan Quartet

Literature and Propaganda in Cold War Russia

Leisure and Education

Philosophy and the Novel - Milan Kundera

The Downsides of Harvard and Prestige

The Origins and Nature of the Human Mind

A Briefer History of Idiocy

Homer's Crowdsourced Genius

The Birth of the Novel

Aristophanes and the Necessity of the Middle Class

The Sugar High of Political Rhetoric

The True Story of Meth in New Mexico

Profile of George RR Martin

Profile of Cormac McCarthy

America's First Archaeological Suburb

Underwater Archaeology of the Eastern Aegean

Business Conference as Circus

The Chatbot Will See You Now

About Nick

Nick Romeo has written many features on science, culture, and ideas for a wide range of publications, including the New Yorker, the Washington Post, National Geographic, Slate, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, The Atlantic, New Republic, The Daily Beast, The MIT Technology Review, The Christian Science Monitor, The Boston Globe, and others.

He holds a B.A. from Northwestern University, an MFA in Fiction, and a MA in Classics, both from the University of Colorado. He’s currently based in Athens, Greece.

He has been a guest speaker or moderator at the CB Insights conference, Stanford Medical School, and many other venues.

He is a client of the Stuart agency in New York City.

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