Price of telling the Truth: Galileo Galilei

Today, we live in the age of post-truth politics and journalism where blatant lies are shamelessly told and fake news circulates without being adequately challenged or deterred. Indeed, it is the rightful freedom of expression, however, it raises a critical question: Does one’s freedom of expression that disseminates lies and false information interfere, obstruct and hinder others’ right to know the truth? Continue reading Price of telling the Truth: Galileo Galilei

“Genius that bridged Art and Science: Leonardo da Vinci” by Masaki Yada

Although his father was a respected notary in the local community because he was born out of wedlock, he did not receive a surname, thus he was simply called Leonardo da Vinci, “Leonardo from the region of Vinci.” Continue reading “Genius that bridged Art and Science: Leonardo da Vinci” by Masaki Yada