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Recorded:Nov 19    Posted:Dec 20, 2016
Sixty-Second Sermons | Dec 20, 2016 | Carlos Garcia-Suarez

The Wright Show

Can a leopard change its spots?

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Psychologist Susan Gelman discusses our tendency to believe that people have immutable characteristics.

Sophia

The disappointing personal morality of moral philosophers

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Daniel Kaufman and Massimo Pigliucci discuss whether philosophy makes one better at living.

The Wright Show

Varieties of mystical experience

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Robert Wright speaks with Jay Michaelson, author of the new book Enlightenment by Trial and Error, about enlightenment in the Buddhist and Jewish traditions.

The Wright Show

How empathy can tear us apart

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Robert Wright speaks with psychologist Paul Bloom about a new study on empathy and political polarization.

Sophia

A changed heart vs. a false front

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David Ottlinger speaks with philosopher J.P. Messina about the distorting effects of social censorship.

Sophia

The online porn effect

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Daniel Kaufman and Meghan Daum, author of the new book The Problem with Everything, discuss the ways that online pornography has changed Millennials’ attitudes toward sex.

The Wright Show

The problem with original sin

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Robert Wright speaks with theologian Roger Haight, author of the new book Faith and Evolution: Grace-Filled Naturalism.

The Wright Show

Reasons to think we’re living in a simulation

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Philosopher Preston Greene explains why some very smart people think reality is unlikely to be real.

Sophia

How do you know your hands exist?

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Daniel Kaufman and Crispin Sartwell debate Wittgenstein and philosophical skepticism.

The Wright Show

Don’t fear the algorithm

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Robert Wright speaks with communications professor Nicholas Diakopoulos, author of the new book Automating the News: How Algorithms Are Rewriting the Media.