Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The Uniqueness of Humans by Robert Sapolsky

You can skip to 04:50 where Robert begins his lecture!

Stanford primatologist and anthropologist Robert Sapolsky scores big with this grad lecture on "The Uniqueness of Humans," a humbling, inspiring and sweet 30 minutes on what it is about humans that makes us unique from our animal cousins, and how many of the seemingly unique features of humanity can be found elsewhere.

(thanks Avi and Cory D!)

1 comment:

  1. Excellent. When I think that Lawrence Kasden spoke at my graduation, and compare it to this infinitely less famous and more wise person, I become sad.