Atul Gawande: "Everyone Has Equal Worth"
Atul Gawande, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks about bridging the gap between our aspiration for how we treat one another and the reality of it. He spoke in June at Spotlight Health.
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The Changing Nature of Trust in the Digital Age
Rachel Botsman, an expert on technology and trust, talks about how our trust is changing in the digital age.
What's Character Got to Do with It?
Angela Duckworth, founder and CEO of Character Lab, talks about the importance of modeling character for children. She spoke with Jackie Bezos at Aspen Ideas.
The Framers of the Constitution: What Were They Like?
Jeff Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center, speaks with David Rubenstein, co-executive chairman of The Carlyle Group, about America's Founders.
To Be (Optimistic) or Not to Be: A Recipe for Beating Climate Change
The Science Behind Psychedelic Therapy
Author Michael Pollan's latest book, "How to Change Your Mind," explores psychedelic therapy. He talked with writer Corby Kummer about it in Aspen, Colorado.
Combating Hate Against Religious Minority Groups
Farhan Latif, president of the El-Hibri Foundation, speaks with former white supremacist Christian Picciolini at the Aspen Ideas Festival.