The Problem with Propaganda

The Problem with Propaganda

While the word propaganda has taken on a decidedly negative connotation, especially since the Nazi era, it wasn’t always the case. In its earliest uses in the Catholic Church in the 1600s, it referred to the “propagation” of the faith. In ecclesiastical and...
When Stories Become Weapons to do Harm and Kill

When Stories Become Weapons to do Harm and Kill

Part of a blog series brought to you by Rick Stone, CEO of StoryWork and PCI Board Member.  http://storywork.com/ As potent as story is to enrich life, like Jekyll and Hyde, there is an evil twin on the other side of the coin. Like fire, stories can warm our hearts or...
The Seven Sins of Memory, Part I

The Seven Sins of Memory, Part I

Human head made of cogs. Part of a blog series brought to you by Rick Stone, CEO of StoryWork and PCI Board Member. Home   Daniel Schacter has appraised memory challenges and reduced them to seven fundamental sins.i The first is transience. Like it or not, as we...
How our Memories Serve a Higher Purpose

How our Memories Serve a Higher Purpose

Person reaching into the sky. Part of a blog series brought to you by Rick Stone, CEO of StoryWork and PCI Board Member. Home   Why have we evolved with the acute capacity to remember so much of what occurred in the past? At times, we even sacralize our...

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