Society & Culture
Do animals have emotions? What can we learn from them about family, friendships, and stable relationships? A surprising amount. Frans de Waal began studying chimpanzees when he was a student. He's the director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Center in Atlanta where he studies the social lives of chimpanzees and what they can tell us about ourselves.
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Dr. Eric Topol on How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve the Doctor-Patient Relationship
Adam Driver on How Theatre Can Help Heal Some Wounds of War
Hope Jahren on How It Actually Seems Possible to Have Empathy for Plants
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Carol Burnett: A Life of Comedy, Characters, and Connection
Madeleine Albright on the Uses and Abuses of Empathy and Power
Official Trailer: Exclusive Sneak Peak of Season 4
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Empathy: What good is it anyway?
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