Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt investigates ethical psychology to assist us comprehend ourselves and our world better. On this episode of Conversations with Tom Bilyeu, Jonathan Haidt explains why we require to lead with empathy, how to persuade individuals who have actually staked out really different positions from yours, and how to welcome disconfirming evidence into your life.
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Why are we 90% chimps and 10% bees? [2:01] Jonathan recommends a definition of morality [4:14] Jonathan and Tom discuss religion and spiritual, mind-opening experiences [5:53] Jonathan discusses the “hive switch”, the group experience of faith and morality [11:27] Jonathan and Tom talk about the power of connection and group interaction [16:34] Jonathan discusses the issues with social media and how they developed [20:18] What makes some webs of suggesting so powerful that they spread out so quickly? [27:57] Jonathan and Tom ask to what degree political affiliation is genetic [33:29] Jonathan talks about the troubling trend towards conformity in political thought [37:18] Jonathan and Tom talk about altering American attitudes towards race [Jonathan discusses how hard it is to lead with compassion [46:52] Jonathan advocates attempting many methods to dealing with problems like bigotry [50:30] How do we constructively go over tough subjects? [54:51] Why we need to get people to focus on similarities [59:02] Jonathan discusses his experience with psychedelics [1:03:52] How to welcome disconfirming proof into your life– How do you know youre right? [1:10:44] We require to find a way to speak a typical language in our post-Babel Age [1:16:27]
Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt looks into ethical psychology to assist us understand ourselves and our world much better. He is a professional on how we develop webs of meaning that enable us to speak a common language, construct institutions, and create working societies. On this episode of Conversations with Tom Bilyeu, Jonathan Haidt discusses why we require to lead with compassion, how to encourage people who have staked out really different positions from yours, and how to invite disconfirming proof into your life.
” Tao Te Ching” Lao Tzu
” Tao of Jeet Kune Do”, Bruce Lee
” Dancing in the Streets: A History of Collective Joy”, Barbara Ehrenreich
” Keeping Together in Time”, William McNeill
” Long Walk to Freedom”, Nelson Mandela
Emile Durkheim is discussed typically: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89mile_Durkheim
Why are we 90% chimps and 10% bees? How do we constructively go over tough subjects?