June 18, 2020 · 1 min read
Saturday, June 28, 12 noon Pacific time. Register here
How important is optimism for human progress? Have we become less optimistic in our society? Why, and how can we get it back? What does it mean to be optimistic in your own life? And how can we—indeed, why should we—stay optimistic when so many terrible things are going on all around us?
In this panel discussion, Tamara Winter and Trevor McKendrick will join me to discuss these questions and more. Part of my “Doing Better” series hosted by the Interintellect.
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