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White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, 25th Anniversary Symposium (pt.3) MIT 5/1/2001

September 7, 2019 at 5:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

[MUSIC PLAYING] MORGAN: Well, two of our speakers this afternoon have obligations elsewhere and need to get out of here on time. This has been just a fascinating morning of history taught by those who actually lived it. We’re going to move on now to talk about a set of issues related to the present

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Davos Annual Meeting 2011 – A Social Contract for the 21st Century

September 6, 2019 at 4:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. We’re delighted that you all were able to attend this session on the social contract. So I guess the first question is: what do we mean by ‘a social contract’ and I think what we’re talking about is the implicit contract between the institutions of society and the citizens or

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“Davos Annual Meeting 2011 – A Social Contract for the 21st Century”

The Global Shapers Community

August 30, 2019 at 4:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The global shapers community is already covering the globe. Our age group is still a bit naֳ¯ve, but naֳ¯ve in a good way. What we are doing here is not something which is new or innovative. What we are doing here is something very compulsory. I think there is something that is pretty unique just

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A Call to Community

August 28, 2019 at 3:30 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

God is our Father, and I think when he sees us step out in faith, and in a new situation, I think he applauds us like we’re walking for the first time. I was caught off guard when we said goodbye to family, and we were on the other side of TSA security, and we

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Economic Update: Karl Marx, 1818 – 1883

August 23, 2019 at 10:34 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Welcome friends to another edition of Economic Update a weekly program devoted to the economic dimensions of our lives jobs debts incomes those we face those coming down the road and those confronting our children and the next generation I’m your host Richard Wolff I’ve been a professor of economics all my adult life with

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Singapore’s 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series)

August 22, 2019 at 12:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

>>Adrian: I think it is important to make school fun. And when school is fun, you don’t get kids waking up in the morning and saying, “Do I have to come to school again?” So we embrace technology, because it helps us make learning more engaging. I believe that when kids are engaged, when kids

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Humans and Energy: Crash Course World History 207

August 15, 2019 at 4:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Hi! I’m Stan Muller, this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re going to talk about energy.. I don’t mean crystal energy or pyramid power or even Red Bull. I mean the energy that humans use to build pyramids or synthesize crystals or to manufacture energy drinks. Hey, hey! Where’s Mr. Green? Mr. Green

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“Humans and Energy: Crash Course World History 207”

What America gets wrong about China and the rest of Asia | David Kang

August 13, 2019 at 2:30 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

We instinctively use the lessons of European history to explain Asia’s future, and it is incredibly difficult to make the argument that we should look at Asia’s history if we want to understand where Asia is going to go in the future. The most common way that we think about power transitions in international relations

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Jonathan Haidt: The moral roots of liberals and conservatives

August 3, 2019 at 3:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Suppose that two American friends are traveling together in Italy. They go to see Michelangelo’s “David,” and when they finally come face-to-face with the statue, they both freeze dead in their tracks. The first guy — we’ll call him Adam — is transfixed by the beauty of the perfect human form. The second guy —

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