This first chapter gives a good summary of the ideas behind Wright's newest book.
Selected segments from Robert Wright's conversations with digital physicist Edward Fredkin and sociobiologist E.O. Wilson.
Experience Einstein in his own words through these selected writings from his essays and correspondence.
» Manifesto to the Europeans (1914)
» My Opinion on the War (1915)
» Religion and Science (1930)
» The World As I See It (1931)
» On the Disarmament Conference (1931)
» Science and Religion (1940)
» The Negro Question (1946)
» The Einstein-Russell Manifesto (1955)
"Let us look into each other's eyes and recognize each other's pain with empathy; let us see the human being behind the green and the blue. Let us force all to come to the table and not to a grave to talk."
The moving letter Robi Damelin wrote to the mother of the Palestinian man who killed her son.
Robi Damelin shares the path she chose after losing "my precious son" with his killer in this poignant letter.
A selection from Charles Johnson's book of essays on Buddhism and writing.
Miller's essay on the politics of poetry.
A short reflection from Miller on the Harlem Renaissance writer's gentle demeanor.
A striking collection of essays, speeches, and books from an eclectic range of perspectives — from Martin Luther King to Bill Gates, from Simón Bolívar to Wendell Berry and Ursula Le Guin — that Novogratz recommends to foster empathy, self-awareness, and a business mindset in the Acumen Fellows.