Peter Chan 陳健欣

The importance of attentive listening Speaking of seeking a counsellor’s advice nowadays, it’s quite natural to come up with the image that two persons sit ...

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Peter Chan 陳健欣

Something is wrong, because you think it is? On appealing to moral instincts with the classical trolley problem In the first chapter of C.S. Lewis’s best-selling apologetics ...

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Peter Chan 陳健欣

Changing the way we see the world and life There are the three books, each with very different style, and shed light on very different parts ...

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Peter Chan 陳健欣

To eat meat or not: what does your moral instinct say? A moral experiment arguing against the consumption of farmed animals Most humans agree that torturing an ...

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Peter Chan 陳健欣

Three pillars to build a habit that lasts Think: How do you eat an elephant? “One bite at a time.” No matter how big the elephant ...

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Peter Chan 陳健欣

How to learn something new everyday on the train Seriously, audiobooks are underrated Do you fancy to reclaim your precious time lost in commuting? Not long ...

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