In this program, three different TED Talks are screened every week. Each screening is hosted by a volunteer and followed by a facilitated discussion in the style of a philosopher’s café.
Room: Piano Room
Please register at 604-669-5051. This program is by donation.
•The global power shift (Paddy Ashdown)
•Is war between China and the US inevitable? (Graham Allison)
•Happy maps (Daniele Quercia)
•Looks aren’t everything. Believe me, I’m a model. (Cameron Russell)
•How your brain decides what is beautiful (Anjan Chatterjee)
•Let’s get honest about our money problems (Tammy Lally)
•What if we replace politicians with randomly selected people? (Brett Hennig)
•What are animals thinking and feeling? (Carl Safina)
•Where joy hides and how to find it (Ingrid Fetell Lee)
•Why I’m done trying to be “man enough” (Justin Baldoni)
•A 30-year history of the future (Nicholas Negroponte)
•How we read each other’s minds (Rebecca Saxe)