TVO - Allan Gregg in Conversation, October 28 2011: David Brooks on 'The Social Animal'
New York Times journalist David Brooks has written a book called "The Social Animal". In this discussion, he talks about the power of the unconscious mind and its impact on our lives, also that the type of relationship a child forms with its mother is indicative of future relations a child will form. He also believes in the value of emotional, rather than logical, decisions, which be ascertains, form the foundation of who we are.
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Web Exclusive Bonus: David Brooks on inflated male egos
Author of "The Social Animal" David Brooks, believes that successful people, mainly males, have an inflated sense of self and that most people, male and female, are poor judges of what makes them happy.
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TVO - Allan Gregg in Conversation
Allan Gregg welcomes prominent authors, artists, and cutting-edge thinkers to discuss a variety of topics that can range from evolutionary paleontology to the culture of amateur hockey. Allan investigates not merely the whats of current affairs but also the whys and tries to give viewers a context in which to understand the world around them.
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