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

TED2014 · 5:01 · Filmed Mar 2014
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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?

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