スティーブン・ピンカー、レベッカ・ニューバーガー・ゴールドスタイン:
遠くまで及ぶ理性

TED2012 · 15:24 · Filmed Feb 2012
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TED初、ソクラテス的対話アニメーション!政治と文化が非合理に支配されたように見えるこの時代に、理性的な思考は力を失ったのでしょうか?心理学者スティーブン・ピンカーを、哲学者レベッカ・ニューバーガー・ゴールドスタインが少しずつ、鮮やかに説得していく様子をご覧ください。彼女が説くのは、たとえ影響力が浸透するまで時に数世代を要するとしても、理性が実際に人間の倫理観の進歩を促す主要な要素だという点です。この対話はTEDで収録し、Cognitiveが細部にわたって見事な、時に笑いを誘うアニメーションを作成しました。

Philosopher and writer
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein writes novels and nonfiction that explore questions of philosophy, morality and being. Full bio
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Steven Pinker questions the very nature of our thoughts — the way we use words, how we learn, and how we relate to others. In his best-selling books, he has brought sophisticated language analysis to bear on topics of wide general interest. Full bio
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