adrian oesch

Student
Zurich, Switzerland

About adrian

Bio

studying psychology, history of art and linguistics in zurich, switzerland. further interests in almost everything.

Languages

French, German

I'm passionate about

photography, snowboarding, music (drums, piano, bass).

Comments & conversations

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adrian oesch
Posted over 3 years ago
To turn schools into Results Only Learning Environments (ROLE), a revolutionary teaching and learning model that is legitimate reform.
why did you make it a trademark? that's nothing you invented... for me it really looks good what you're doing but that trademark makes is look like you want to get rich with that stuff... a system of learning... you cant really own that. in switzerland we have a few private "free schools" where they use quite the same system, and it seems to function.
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adrian oesch
Posted over 3 years ago
How does the presenter impact the reaction to a talk? So how might people's reactions to my talk be different if I was retired military?
i just watched your talk, and i totally agree. i'm sure that even the worst person think's he has the right to do whatever he's doing. if not, he wouldnt do it. the question is then, what are the variables that have an influence on empathy? is it biological, because of that mirrorneuron thing? or what i guess, can you train it? if grow up with brothers and sister in a small community, if you talk to each other, explain your feelings and everything. i'm quite sure that everybody is capable of empathic emotions. one advice for all of you, interested in this topic. a awesome video about "an empathic civilisation" by jeremy rifikn for rsa. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7AWnfFRc7g
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adrian oesch
Posted over 4 years ago
Helen Fisher: Why we love, why we cheat
strong doubt about her sexual differences. i learned different at university. i dont think the differences between male and female are that simple, polemic. would like to see another real neuro-expert. just wanted to present my disbelief. as well as her explanation of the endocrine system she explains. its way more complex and we (humans) just started learning few effects, but i think she rushes way too fast into absolutely too simple conclusions. first time i'm dissapointed by a ted-talk.
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adrian oesch
Posted over 4 years ago
Sophie Hunger: Songs of secrets and city lights
tracklist: no_titel_album no1_hotel belfort_1983 no2_shape_monday's ghost no3_citylights forever_1983 no4_spiegelbild_monday's ghost no5_rise and fall_monday's ghost (with some impro bridge i'm guessing) for everyone who liked the intimate atmosphere, look for the album "sketches on the sea".