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"Living a "life of value" takes actual learning, thinking, consciousness, conscientiousness, and practice. Developing one’s ethical, spiritual, and emotional life does not happen as easily as gaining weight - it is more akin to exercising. But when you think of Jesus, see that movie character doing the right thing, hear the Dalai Lama, watch a religious figure in your place of worship, or think of Martin Luther King or Helen Keller, do you - like me - get the feeling that they practice and really "live" their chosen values?"
  -- Jason Merchey


 

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Beyond the Human Condition: an interview with biologist Jeremy Griffith

Segment 1 | Is it possible that science has sufficient knowledge about the dilemma of the human condition - namely, humans' capacity for both good and evil - so that it can finally be reconciled? What has been stopping this progress from taking place? Do we need religion or mysticism to find the answer? Or are values such as altruism, forgiveness, and love going to be the pathways to our evolution as a species bent on outdoing one another and in the process, destroying ourselves? Jason spoke with Australian biologist and author Jeremy Griffith.

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Beyond the Human Condition: an interview with biologist Jeremy Griffith

Segment 2 | Is it possible that science has sufficient knowledge about the dilemma of the human condition - namely, humans' capacity for both good and evil - so that it can finally be reconciled? What has been stopping this progress from taking place? Do we need religion or mysticism to find the answer? Or are values such as altruism, forgiveness, and love going to be the pathways to our evolution as a species bent on outdoing one another and in the process, destroying ourselves? Jason spoke with Australian biologist and author Jeremy Griffith.

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Beyond the Human Condition: an interview with biologist Jeremy Griffith

Segment 3 | Is it possible that science has sufficient knowledge about the dilemma of the human condition - namely, humans' capacity for both good and evil - so that it can finally be reconciled? What has been stopping this progress from taking place? Do we need religion or mysticism to find the answer? Or are values such as altruism, forgiveness, and love going to be the pathways to our evolution as a species bent on outdoing one another and in the process, destroying ourselves? Jason spoke with Australian biologist and author Jeremy Griffith.

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