Journalist and philosopher Robert Wright lends deadpan wit and self-proclaimed cynicism to his argument about interconnectedness and morality in the modern world. getAbstract recommends his cerebral, provocative talk for a needed mood boost following your morning paper or the daily newscast.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the “non-zero-sum” dynamic spurs progress and improves human morality,
- Why this principle is increasingly relevant in the modern world, and
- What solutions it might hold for the conflict between the “so-called Muslim world” and the West.
About the Speaker
Journalist and philosopher Robert Wright is the author of Nonzero, The Moral Animal and The Evolution of God.
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