David Brooks:
Será que devemos viver para o currículo... ou para o elogio fúnebre?

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Dentro de cada um de nós há dois egos, sugere David Brooks nesta curta palestra meditativa: o ego que almeja pelo sucesso, que constrói um currículo, e o ego que busca conexão, comunidade, amor, os valores que compões um grande elogio fúnebre. (Joseph Soloveitchik chamou esses egos de "Adam I" e "Adam II".) Brooks pergunta: será que conseguimos equilibrar esses dois egos?

New York Times columnist David Brooks is the author of “Bobos in Paradise,” “On Paradise Drive,” and the narrative of neuroscience, "The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character and Achievement." Full bio
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