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What the Pandemic Is Teaching Us About Cooperation and Empathy

We’re building collective immunity to combat future challenges

I interviewed Professor Jonathan Haidt yesterday on my podcast about the brain mechanisms triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.

Bees, wasps, ants, the naked mole rat, and humans are thriving superspecies because of a remarkable attribute: cooperation. This superpower is never more evident than when under attack from a physical enemy.

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Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway

Prof Marketing, NYU Stern • Host, CNN+ • Pivot, Prof G Podcasts • Bestselling author, The Four, The Algebra of Happiness, Post Corona • profgalloway.com

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