The radical moral implications of luck in human life is an excellent article over at Vox that explores the role of luck in inequality through the lens of self-regulation, agency and nature/nurture (I know that’s a hell of a way to summarize an article 🙂 ).

And he ties it all together with a discussion of Daniel Kahneman concept of “system one” (fast and automatic) and “system two” (slow and deliberate) thinking systems.

It’s fairly lengthy, but I think sections of it could be used effectively with all students (including those in my IB Theory of Knowledge class) multiple discussion topics, including ones on self-control.

I’m adding it to:

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