I’m pretty sure it isn’t but I really enjoyed this talk so thought I would share.
As part of full disclosure I’m not a massive fan of abstract maths, could just be I find it hard to follow, but I found a lot of the points made during this talk very valid.
The ability to change ones perspective should be a life skill taught in school and certainly a must in understanding how and why things can change.
I also though the point on people not understanding why other people would be upset with them was interesting. The example given was feminists and white rich females. I’m still not sure if this assist with the issues and resolution or if is detrimental as further people feel vilified but a very interest way of considering the problem.
If you have the time have a listen, hopefully you enjoy this as much as me.