We will examine how "How to Get Away with Murder" represents gender differently in the face of violence by looking at the personalities of Wes, Michaela, Connor, and Laurel before and after Sam Keating's murder. Does this show challenge the traditional gender binary in terms of how the characters react to and handle violence?
Renowned social psychologist Jonathan Haidt uses an optical illusion to demonstrate how our brains are influenced, and how most of us stick unswervingly to one of two persuasive stories about capitalism.
Simon Sinek describes his vision of a fulfilled life, delves in to the types of people who inspire him, and how they make him want to be a better person, as well as reveals how his travelled upbringing has made him the person that he is today.
New York Times columnist David Brooks argues that meaning and moral value are losing out in a world of ‘me me me’. A witty and powerful look at how we can improve ourselves in the ways that really matter.