Martin Seligman: What positive psychology can help you become

Martin Seligman, the founder of positive psychology, shows three different lifestyles to achieve happiness at TED.

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Seth MacFarlane: Harvard Class Day Speech

When you invite Seth MacFarlane, creator of "Family Guy", to give a commencement speech at Harvard, don’t complain about the language.

 

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Naomi Wolf: The End of America

After hearing "They did this in Germany" from her mentor and being given a stack of books, Naomi Wolf started to research about the blueprint that is used to close down an open society. This is a lecture about her book "The end of America: Letter of warning to a young patriot".

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Scott St. Patrick Williams: A Barack Obama Supporter’s Nightmare

This is a monologue by Scott St. Patrick Williams at the Manhattan Monologue Slam. He describes the piece as follows:

The monologue, deals with the fear every Barack supporter has.

There seemed to be some misunderstanding about Scott St. Patrick Williams’ performance. This is his answer from the YouTube comments:

Thank you for your response. While I understand where you’re coming from, this piece is meant to illustrate what I think is truly in Sen. Obama’s heart. Which is that America and this campaign is so important to him, he would be crushed if he lost for the silly aforementioned reasons. I am a strong Obama supporter and well in tune with the facts. I WANT HIM TO WIN. Sorry 4 the miscommunication but thank you for the love.
Scott St.Patrick

 

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Dan Dennett: Ants, terrorism, and the awesome power of memes

Dan Dennett speaks at TED about the power and danger of memes, "concepts that are literally alive".

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