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How economic inequality harms societies | Richard Wilkinson

You all know the truth of what I’m going to say. I think the intuition that inequality is divisive and socially corrosive has been around since before the French Revolution. What’s changed is we now can look at the evidence, we can compare societies, more and less equal societies, and see what inequality does. I’m…

Health and moving updates!

Hey guys! so we haven’t had much time to film any of our updates because we’ve been so busy at the end of this year, but we’re driving to my orthodontist right now. So I figured now was probably the best time I’m gonna get. Sorry, if it’s really shaky. I’m just holding the camera…

Imagine There Was No Stigma to Mental Illness | Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman | TEDxCharlottesville

Translator: AJ Jungbluth Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs I know we’re only just meeting for the first time, but I’d like to ask you a question, and it’s a rather personal question. How many of you suffer from, or know someone who suffers from, a mental illness? Well, think about it. Your family, your friends, your classmates…

POLITICAL THEORY – John Rawls

Many of us feel that our societies are a little – or even plain totally – ‘unfair’. But we have a hard time explaining our sense of injustice to the powers that be in a way that sounds rational and without personal pique or bitterness. That’s why we need John Rawls, a twentieth-century American philosopher…

Froedert & the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Pause to Give Life Observance

April marks a special month for those touched by organ donation. It’s National Donate Life Month, where people across the world encourage others to become a donor. Christina Van Zelst explains how you literally could save someone’s life. Like a cancer diagnosis or other bad news, things like that happened to someone else — never…

Talk about your death while you’re still healthy | Michelle Knox

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Krystian Aparta To kick the bucket, bite the dust, cash in your chips, check out, depart, expire, launch into eternity … These are all euphemisms we use in humor to describe the one life event we are all going to experience: death. But most of us don’t want to acknowledge death,…

Mental Illness and Psychiatry in Russia: Diagnosis, Management, Treatment, History

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I’ve lived as a man & a woman — here’s what I learned | Paula Stone Williams | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Ellen Maloney I was the CEO of a large religious nonprofit, the host of a national television show. I preached in mega churches. I was a successful, well-educated, white American male. The poet and mystic Thomas Merton said, “It’s a difficult thing to climb to the top of the ladder of…

PHILOSOPHY – Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault was a French 20th century philosopher and historian who spent his career forensically criticizing the power of the modern bourgeois capitalist state, including its police, law courts, prisons, doctors and psychiatrists. His goal was to work out nothing less than how power worked and then to change it in the direction of a…