How does love work?
Love is instinctive and essential, but what is it that brings certain people together? In this hour, TED speakers examine the mystery of connection and relationships.
What does it mean to believe?
In this hour, TED speakers offer perspectives on belief from all ends of the spectrum, from atheists to the devout.
"I think stories are necessary, just as necessary as food and love. It's how we make meaning of our lives." — Chimamanda Adichie
In this hour, TED speakers explore the art of storytelling — and how good stories have the power to transform our perceptions of the world.
How does money motivate, trick, satisfy and disappoint us?
How does money motivate, trick, satisfy and disappoint us? In this hour, TED speakers share insights into our relationship with money.
In this episode, TED speakers will make you think twice about things you thought were true.
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In this hour, TED speakers move beyond conventional wisdom and reveal complex realities about what we think we know to be true.
Is success objective or subjective?
In this hour, TED speakers share ideas about what makes us successful.
"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.
Could we all perceive reality in a richer way?
In this hour, TED speakers question whether we can experience the world more deeply by not only extending our senses — but going beyond them.
Can we improve technology and preserve human dignity?
In this episode, TED speakers consider the promises and perils of our relationship with technology.
"Stories move like whirling dervishes ... they connect all humanity, regardless of identity politics." — Elif Shafak, novelist
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In this hour, TED speakers describe their journeys to answer the question: who am I?
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