On TV: What We Believe, An Exploration of Values
Is voting an outright expression of personal values? As Americans head to the polls today, our latest episode of The Aspen Institute Presents explores our beliefs.
What do we really mean when we talk about values? Do we agree on what it means to have a good character? How is our integrity as a society impacted by the free market?
In this episode, Michael Sandel asks, "Do we want a society where everything is for sale?" David Brooks explores the Character Code, and Kenneth Feinberg asks, what is a life worth?
Interested in all of the full sessions from the Values track at the Festival? Watch them here on our website or download the full track on iTunes U. Also read more about the show and upcoming episodes here.
Following is the complete list of sessions for the What We Believe: An Exploration of Values track at the Festival. Watch and listen here on our site!
- What is a Life Worth?
- Confucianism: If Not a Religion, What is It?
- Who Wrote the Book of Revelation?
- Are We Coming Apart?
- The Character Code
- What is Values-based Leadership?
- Values Survey
- What Sustains Us
- Markets and Morals
- Will They Trust Us Again?
- Our Moral Imagination
- Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find and Keep Love