David Brooks:
Czy żyć tak, żeby mieć dobry życiorys ... czy raczej mowę pogrzebową?

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David Brooks twierdzi, że w każdym z nas są dwie osoby: jedna, łaknąc sukcesu , buduje życiorys, a druga pragnie więzi, wspólnoty i miłości – wartości, które stworzą wspaniałą mowę pogrzebową. (Joseph Soloveitchik nazywa te dwie strony natury „Adamem I” i „Adamem II”) Brooks pyta: Czy da się je zrównoważyć?

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Writer and thinker David Brooks has covered business, crime and politics over a long career in journalism. Full bio
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