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Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, philosophy, culture and much more.

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A highlight from 165 | Kathryn Paige Harden on Genetics, Luck, and Fairness

A highlight from 165 | Kathryn Paige Harden on Genetics, Luck, and Fairness

A highlight from 165 | Kathryn Paige Harden on Genetics, Luck, and Fairness

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A highlight from AMA | September 2021

A highlight from AMA | September 2021

A highlight from AMA | September 2021

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A highlight from 164 | Herbert Gintis on Game Theory, Evolution, and Social Rationality

A highlight from 164 | Herbert Gintis on Game Theory, Evolution, and Social Rationality

A highlight from 164 | Herbert Gintis on Game Theory, Evolution, and Social Rationality

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A highlight from Introducing: 9/12

A highlight from Introducing: 9/12

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A highlight from 163 | Nigel Goldenfeld on Phase Transitions, Criticality, and Biology

A highlight from 163 | Nigel Goldenfeld on Phase Transitions, Criticality, and Biology

A highlight from 163 | Nigel Goldenfeld on Phase Transitions, Criticality, and Biology

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A highlight from 162 | Leidy Klotz on Our Resistance to Subtractive Change

A highlight from 162 | Leidy Klotz on Our Resistance to Subtractive Change

A highlight from 162 | Leidy Klotz on Our Resistance to Subtractive Change

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A highlight from 161 | W. Brian Arthur on Complexity Economics

A highlight from 161 | W. Brian Arthur on Complexity Economics

A highlight from 161 | W. Brian Arthur on Complexity Economics

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A highlight from 160 | Edward Slingerland on Confucianism, Daoism, and Wu Wei

A highlight from 160 | Edward Slingerland on Confucianism, Daoism, and Wu Wei

A highlight from 160 | Edward Slingerland on Confucianism, Daoism, and Wu Wei

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A highlight from AMA | August 2021

A highlight from AMA | August 2021

A highlight from AMA | August 2021

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A highlight from 159 | Mari Ruti on Lack, Love, and Psychoanalysis

A highlight from 159 | Mari Ruti on Lack, Love, and Psychoanalysis

A highlight from 159 | Mari Ruti on Lack, Love, and Psychoanalysis

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A highlight from 158 | David Wallace on the Arrow of Time

A highlight from 158 | David Wallace on the Arrow of Time

A highlight from 158 | David Wallace on the Arrow of Time

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A highlight from 157 | Elizabeth Strychalski on Synthetic Cells and the Rules of Biology

A highlight from 157 | Elizabeth Strychalski on Synthetic Cells and the Rules of Biology

A highlight from 157 | Elizabeth Strychalski on Synthetic Cells and the Rules of Biology

Aired 6 months ago

A highlight from 156 | Catherine DIgnazio on Data, Objectivity, and Bias

A highlight from 156 | Catherine DIgnazio on Data, Objectivity, and Bias

A highlight from 156 | Catherine DIgnazio on Data, Objectivity, and Bias

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A highlight from 154 | Reza Aslan on Religion, Metaphor, and Meaning

A highlight from 154 | Reza Aslan on Religion, Metaphor, and Meaning

A highlight from 154 | Reza Aslan on Religion, Metaphor, and Meaning

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A highlight from 153 | John Preskill on Quantum Computers and What Theyre Good For

A highlight from 153 | John Preskill on Quantum Computers and What Theyre Good For

A highlight from 153 | John Preskill on Quantum Computers and What Theyre Good For

Aired 7 months ago

A highlight from Introducing: One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis

A highlight from Introducing: One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis

A highlight from Introducing: One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis

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A highlight from 152 | Charis Kubrin on Criminology, Incarceration, and Hip-Hop

A highlight from 152 | Charis Kubrin on Criminology, Incarceration, and Hip-Hop

A highlight from 152 | Charis Kubrin on Criminology, Incarceration, and Hip-Hop

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A highlight from 151 | Jordan Ellenberg on the Mathematics of Political Boundaries

A highlight from 151 | Jordan Ellenberg on the Mathematics of Political Boundaries

A highlight from 151 | Jordan Ellenberg on the Mathematics of Political Boundaries

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A highlight from AMA | June 2021

A highlight from AMA | June 2021

A highlight from AMA | June 2021

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A highlight from 150 | Simon DeDeo on How Explanations Work and Why They Sometimes Fail

A highlight from 150 | Simon DeDeo on How Explanations Work and Why They Sometimes Fail

A highlight from 150 | Simon DeDeo on How Explanations Work and Why They Sometimes Fail

Aired 7 months ago

A highlight from 149 | Lee Smolin on Time, Philosophy, and the Nature of Reality

A highlight from 149 | Lee Smolin on Time, Philosophy, and the Nature of Reality

A highlight from 149 | Lee Smolin on Time, Philosophy, and the Nature of Reality

Aired 8 months ago

A highlight from 148 | Henry Farrell on Democracy as a Problem-Solving Mechanism

A highlight from 148 | Henry Farrell on Democracy as a Problem-Solving Mechanism

A highlight from 148 | Henry Farrell on Democracy as a Problem-Solving Mechanism

Aired 8 months ago

A highlight from 147 | Rachel Laudan on Cuisine, Culture, and Empire

A highlight from 147 | Rachel Laudan on Cuisine, Culture, and Empire

A highlight from 147 | Rachel Laudan on Cuisine, Culture, and Empire

Aired 8 months ago

A highlight from AMA | May 2021

A highlight from AMA | May 2021

A highlight from AMA | May 2021

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A highlight from 146 | Emily Riehl on Topology, Categories, and the Future of Mathematics

A highlight from 146 | Emily Riehl on Topology, Categories, and the Future of Mathematics

A highlight from 146 | Emily Riehl on Topology, Categories, and the Future of Mathematics

Aired 8 months ago