Politics & Society

David Brooks on Character in the Selfie Age

David Brooks on Character in the Selfie Age. Are you driven by how high you can climb, or how deep your inner character is? Do you obsess over your best selfie angle or your positive impact on the world? Popular New York Times columnist David Brooks argues that meaning and moral value are losing out in a world of ‘me me me’. A witty and powerful look at how we can improve ourselves in the ways that really matter.

Extracted from a free talk given at the RSA in London, 2015. Watch the talk here: https://youtu.be/tcyvzjfrT_U

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Narrator: David Brooks, New York Times columnist
Animator: Rodolphe Jouxtel

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