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Deep Thought opinions written by Post Editor Dmitri Gheorgheni which have appeared in The Post.

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17.08.20 Quit Mashing the 'Forward' Button
24.08.20 How to Think Like an Ancestor
31.08.20 How to Remember
07.09.20 Aware of Our Brains
14.09.20 Acknowledging Prejudice
21.09.20 Pictures in Our Heads
28.09.20 Ubi sunt?
05.10.20 We Need a Better Map
12.10.20 What Do We Mean by History?
19.10.20 Defeating the First Attention
26.10.20 On Disowning the Libs
02.11.20 Nickeled-and-Dimed by History
09.11.20 Look Back in Curiosity
16.11.20 Getting It All in Context
23.11.20 Why a Plumbline?
30.11.20 TMI, and How to Avoid It
07.12.20 Milgram Thoughts
14.12.20 How to Democracy
21.12.20 Fear Not, for Behold
28.12.20 Library Anxiety
04.01.21 Hopeful Living
11.01.21 Two Steps Forward and Three Steps Back
18.01.21 How to Enjoy Isolation
25.01.21 If Music Be the Food of Love
01.02.21 What Good Are Memories?
08.02.21 Random Groundhog Day Thoughts
15.02.21 What's in a Name?
22.02.21 The Right Side of the Road
01.03.21 The Heroism of Thinking Responsibly
08.03.21 When We Aren't the Heroes
15.03.21 Puddle-Hopping
22.03.21 Noticing Everyday Injustice
29.03.21 Cars and Helicopters
05.04.21 Who's Got the Truth?
12.04.21 Forest, Trees
19.04.21 Searching for Meaning in All the Wrong Places
26.04.21 Learnable Moments
03.05.21 Culture, What Is It?
10.05.21 Who Are You, Really?
17.05.21 A Reflection on 'Trees'
24.05.21 The Bear Facts
31.05.21 Proportionate Response
07.06.21 Thinking Along with the Fugitive
14.06.21 Slow Down, You Move Too Fast
21.06.21 How to Stay Sane in a Misinformation Storm
28.06.21 Look Where You Are Going
05.07.21 Exile Lessons
12.07.21 Suppose They Gave a War
19.07.21 Collecting
26.07.21 Weaponising History
02.08.21 How to Talk to the Hearing-Impaired
09.08.21 Living with Technology
16.08.21 Accent-uate the Positive
23.08.21 Statuary Reprise
30.08.21 The Definition of Insanity
06.09.21 How to Avoid Being Popular on the Internet
13.09.21 What About...?
20.09.21 History vs Folklore
27.09.21 (Dis)ability Talk
04.10.21 Going with the Flow (Chart)
11.10.21 Laughing at Those Temporal Aliens
18.10.21 It Isn't About Technology
25.10.21 When You Belong in a Museum
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