What motivates explorers to venture into the unknown?
In this hour, TED speakers share stories of going to the brink of human endurance and the edge of our world.
by NPR/TED Staff
"If you think of stereotypes as some sort of flaw in our mind, some sort of pathology or cruelty, you won't understand them or know how to combat them" — Paul Bloom
Where do stereotypes come from? Why do some perceptions persist, and is there any truth or value to the assumptions we make? In this hour, TED speakers examine the consequences of stereotypes.
"We need to find ways to embrace these challenges ... because ultimately, our humanity depends on everyone's humanity." —Bryan Stevenson
In this hour, TED speakers share some big ideas on how to solve the seemingly impossible.
In this hour, TED speakers question whether we can experience the world more deeply by not only extending our senses — but going beyond them.
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