TED Radio Hour From bullying to hate crimes, cruelty is all around us. So what makes us hate? Is it learned or innate? This hour TED speakers explore the causes and consequences of hate - and how we can fight it.

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What Makes Us Hate? Is It Learned or Innate?

What Makes Us Hate? Is It Learned or Innate?

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Why We Hate

From bullying to hate crimes, cruelty is all around us. So what makes us hate? Is it learned or innate? This hour TED speakers explore the causes and consequences of hate - and how we can fight it.

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Sally Kohn: What Is The Opposite Of Hate?

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Anand Giridharadas: Do Hateful People Deserve Forgiveness?

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