Robert Wright:
Robert Wright sur l'optimisme

TED2006 · 19:11 · Filmed Feb 2006
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L'auteur Robert Wright explique "la somme-non-nulle" — le réseau de coïncidences coopératives qui a guidé notre évolution jusqu'à présent — et son utilisation possible pour aider à sauver l'humanité aujourd'hui.

Journalist, philosopher
The best-selling author of "Nonzero," "The Moral Animal" and "The Evolution of God," Robert Wright draws on his wide-ranging knowledge of science, religion, psychology, history and politics to figure out what makes humanity tick — and what makes us moral. Full bio
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