Washington Post columnist Shankar Vedantam discusses his book "The Hidden Brain: How Our Unconscious Minds Elect Presidents, Control Markets, Wage ...
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Difficult subject, neutrally reported. Hidden Brain explores relevant subjects and asks uncomfortable questions .. but does it respectfully. I have loved many episodes. But this one was especially good. Self proclaimed morality, hate and quick judgements in a world that claims diversity and tolerance as its justification. The loss of respect and civility toward all has made my heart sad for some time now. This podcast helped me remember there is some sanity in this world and some of use till value real news without editorial bias and inflammation, Thank you!
I've been making my way through pretty much all of the episodes in the car on my way to and from work. While some are more engaging than others, all are interesting, and I enjoy listening to Shankar Vedantam, who is very thoughful, articulate, and sounds like someone I'd like to be friends with.
sadly you repeated the same falsehoods without identifying them as lies. Very subtle but you no longer have my subscription.
Hidden Brain is a throughly refreshing, thoughtful, and insightful podcast.
A very insightful, clever and interesting podcast. There have been countless moments where I've heard things that resonate strongly with me. I enjoy all of it.
Love that s podcast
By the time I finished writing this joke, Chuck Norris had advanced from being a 6132-degree black belt to a 7834-degree black belt. By the way, this joke took me 1 minute to write.
I always learn something. Shankir’s voice is nice to listen to. Nice that they interview various people. I wait for the next episode to be made each time.
Smart, thought provoking, well researched and well referenced. Love love love it
I love this podcast. It gives you different perspectives to life.
Great content hidden behind overly dumb presentation. Segment called "stopwatch science" aims to showcase interesting research in rapid-fire format. It ends up being a poor imitator of QI.
This is a smart and funny podcast. Learned lots of interesting facts and was entertained too. Thanks!
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