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10 Questions on the History of Happiness
Author and professor of history, Yuval Noah Harari, on the history of human happiness.
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Genders, Rights and Freedom of Speech
Jordan Peterson, a psychology professor at the University of Toronto, posted a YouTube video criticizing the proposed Bill C-16, which adds gender identity and gender expression to the list of prohibited grounds of discrimination. His video caused concern and sparked conversation. The Agenda convenes a panel to ask: Is the legislation a matter of human rights or a case of legal overreach that threatens freedom of speech?
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Digesting Depression
Depression often clusters in families. Mikhaila Peterson and her father, Jordan Peterson, are from such a family. Both have struggled with depression for much of their lives. The Agenda spoke to them about that in 2011, and five years later they're back to talk about experimenting with diet as a way to manage depression.
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My Struggle with Schizoaffective Disorder
Brooks Hunter was diagnosed with depression at 16. That marked the start of a long journey through medication, misdiagnoses, and hospitalization, until he was finally diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder. A disorder he describes as one that makes it painful just to exist. Brooks has been on a dozen medications in search of the right combination that would relieve his symptoms. Even after hospitalization, he never felt the way he wanted to feel, and he tells a cautionary tale of what happens when one decides to deal with their illness on their own, without medication. After starting a cognitive behavioural therapy program, and finding the right medical treatment, Brooks' life dramatically turned around. In 2001, doctors changed Brooks' diagnosis to bipolar after his schizoaffective symptoms subsided. Today, he is a successful film and television director. His first feature film, Kenneyville, was released in 2011. This video is part of TVO's Mental Health Matters series - an in-depth exploration of the state of mental health in our society.
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Geoffrey Hinton: The Godfather of Deep Learning
When Geoffrey Hinton, a researcher at Google and professor emeritus at the University of Toronto, began his work in deep learning in the 1970s, he was told he would spend his life toiling away in obscurity. Deep learning is a form of artificial intelligence that mimics the human brain. Now, four decades later, his research is revolutionizing AI. He joins The Agenda to discuss his work and what kept him going.
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Mark Blyth: Is Austerity a Dangerous Idea?
Governments the world over are looking at austerity measures to help battle the financial crisis. Author and Ivy League professor Mark Blyth tells Steve Paikin why he thinks this is a bad idea.
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Brian R. Little: Being Oneself
Each of us is unlike anybody else, but none of us is completely unique. Psychologist Brian R. Little has mined the field of personality science and helped re-shape the old way of thinking about character types. He discusses his findings with Steve Paikin.
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Chris Hedges: Sacrifice Zones of America
Chris Hedges calls them "sacrifice zones," huge pockets of impoverished America on the verge of cementing a permanent underclass. The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist has teamed up with cartoonist Joe Sacco in his latest project "Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt" to shed some light on this issue. He joins Piya Chattopadhyay for more on his warning.
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Tapping the Potential
When her son Jacob was 2, Kristine Barnett was told he might never speak due to severe autism. Today, Jacob is poised to become a future Nobel Prize winner. Kristine and Jacob Barnett tell Steve Paikin more about unlocking Jacob's potential.
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Travis Bradberry: Measuring Emotional Intelligence
While IQ testing is something most people have heard about, EQ, the term used for measuring emotional intelligence is relatively unknown. Steve Paikin talks with Travis Bradberry the author of "Emotional Intelligence 2.0" about its importance and why having agency over your emotions leads to success.
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The Code That Runs Our Lives
From searching on Google to real-time translation, millions of people use deep learning every day, mostly without knowing it. It's a form of artificial intelligence designed to mimic the human brain. Geoffrey Hinton is a professor in the department of computer science at the University of Toronto. His work on deep learning has been snapped up by Google and is now being used to power its search engine. He joins The Agenda to discuss deep learning and the future of artificial intelligence.
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Dr. Gabor Mate: Addiction
A bad childhood: Vancouver physician Gabor Mate and the social roots of our addictions.
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Cory Doctorow: Aaron Swartz and Hacktivism
At the age of three, he taught himself how to read. At the age of 14 he helped developed RSS, the innovation that allows websites to gather content from other sites. From there, he joined Creative Commons, co-founded Reddit, and founded DemandProgress.org. Sadly, in early 2012, Aaron Swartz took his own life after facing upwards of 35 years in a federal penitentiary for downloading millions of files from JSTOR, an online journal storage archive. He was 26 years old. Cory Doctorow, a friend of Aaron's, sits down with Steve Paikin to talk about the life, work, and hopes of Aaron Swartz, and the bigger battle that his death underscores: those that see the potential of a free and open internet to transform society for the better and those that seek to regulate it.
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Jaron Lanier: Who Owns the Future?
From media to manufacturing to medicine, technology is reshaping the face of more and more industries, marching them lock-step into an information economy. However, as author Jaron Lanier asks, if information is "free", then who gets paid in an information economy? Lanier sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how the rise of digital networks is leading to the demise of the middle class - and how we can stop it.
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Rebecca Skloot: The Story of HeLa
Read our blog post "HeLa and the Explosion of Cell Biology" http://bit.ly/aEXtxZ Rebecca Skloot, author of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" and the story of HeLa, the first human cells replicated in a lab. Rebecca Skloot is the author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and a science writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine; O, The Oprah Magazine; Discover; Columbia Journalism Review; and many other publications. She is also a contributing editor at Popular Science magazine, and has worked as a correspondent for NPRs RadioLab and PBSs Nova ScienceNOW.
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Norman Doidge: Brain's Healing Energies
For a very long time scientists thought the brain was an organ beyond treatment. If something went wrong or if one was born with a deficit, the conclusion was "tough luck." Not so anymore. There are revolutionary techniques that can alleviate anything from chronic pain to Parkinson's disease or Down syndrome. Dr. Norman Doidge lays it out in his book "The Brain's Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity." He'll discuss this, and more, with Steve Paikin.
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Randy Bachman: Vinyl Tap Stories
That infamous "kid from Winnipeg" has some amazing stories to tell. Randy Bachman shares some of those tales with Steve Paikin.
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Giulia Enders: Gut Reaction
Giulia Enders had been working on her Ph.D in Gastroenterology when a presentation on the gut won her the Science Slam prize in her native Germany. Her cheeky treatise on the gut went viral and resulted in her best-selling book "Gut: The Inside Story of Our Body's Most Underrated Organ." She visits The Agenda to talk about why the typical gut reaction to this topic is avoidance and what can be learned from understanding the relationship between gut health and overall well being.
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Kelly McGonigal: The Willpower Instinct
Willpower is integral for our success and reaching our goals. But, what is it? Psychologist Kelly McGonigal says that willpower is not just in your head, it's a bodily process that, like our muscles, we can strengthen. She sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay to discuss what willpower is and why stress is its natural enemy.
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Jeffrey Jensen Arnett: Emerging Adulthood
Why are young people taking so long to grow up? Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, research professor in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, on his theory of emerging adulthood - the phase of life tucked between the salad days of adolescence and the stability of adulthood.
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Kwame McKenzie: Diversity and Mental Health
How do different cultures approach mental health?
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Understanding the Con
Psychology writer Maria Konnikova talks about her book, "The Confidence Game," and the ways people can be drawn into a con. From magicians and psychics to pyramid schemes, Konnikova outlines what is going on in the brains of both the con artist and the mark.
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Marc Lewis: The Biology of Desire
Marc Lewis says the disease model of addiction is wrong and has become an obstacle to healing. He joins The Agenda to explain how treatment through the disease model often fails, and why it needs to be retooled to help people overcome their addiction.
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Yuval Noah Harari: A History of Humankind
Yuval Noah Harari, lecturer in the Department of History, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and author of "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind," joins Piya Chattopadhyay for a feature conversation about the origins of humanity, and how homo sapiens came to dominate the planet. He'll also explain where he sees the future of the homo sapien going, and why the agricultural revolution was history's biggest fraud.
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Nicholas Carr: Is the Internet Making Us Stupid?
How is the medium of the internet changing the message and our brains? Are we still capable of deep concentrated thought? Or are we being rewired for distraction and shallow thinking? If you've felt the urge to click to the next page, "The Shallows" author Nicholas Carr can explain why.
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Depression: A Family Affair
Depression is not just a medical matter. It's a family one, too. Jordan Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila share their story of depression with Steve Paikin. Part of The Agenda's Mental Health Matters series.
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Michael Pollan: Fixing Food
In the United States, after cars, the food system uses more fossil fuel than any other sector of the economy at 19 percent. Since the Nixon administration, federal food policies have succeeded in keeping prices low and food more or less off the national political agenda, until now. Author Michael Pollan sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss the rising food movement and why failing to reform the food system will hinder progress on the looming health care crisis, energy independence and climate change.
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Alain de Botton: Art as Therapy
"What's the point of art?" It's a question artists, historians and philosophers have grappled with for centuries. Alain de Botton, co-author of "Art as Therapy," sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay to discuss the therapeutic value art has on our lives. He's also the co-curator of the Art as Therapy exhibition series taking place at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
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Kelly McGonigal: Controlling Our Willpower
We are tested every day. A battle between what we want to do and what we should do. Many of us could use more willpower, but few of us know how to get it. Kelly McGonigal, author of "The Willpower Instinct," tells Piya Chattopadhyay why understanding the psychology of willpower is the key to getting more of it.
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Michael Millerman: Who is Alexander Dugin?
Vladimir Putin's name is known throughout the world. Alexander Dugin's name, not so much. But to people in the know, Alexander Dugin is a very important name, as the Russian public intellectual says what Putin thinks. The Agenda examines the man who has been called "Putin's brain."
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The Future of Humankind
In his 2014 bestseller, "Sapiens", author Yuval Noah Harari looked at the 75,000 year history of humankind. His new book, "Homo Deus", focuses on what might be next for the human species. Will technology evolve people into nearly omnipotent beings, or will artificial intelligence render them jobless and purposeless? Will data worship be a new religion? Harari joins The Agenda to talk about the future of humankind.
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David Healy: Bad Medicine
Pharmageddon: Cardiff University psychiatrist Dr. David Healy says evidence-based medicine and industry-controlled drug trials are leading to an over reliance and unnecessary treatment by prescription. As part of TVO 19s Mental Health Matters coverage, he joins Steve Paikin to detail what he sees as the growing pharmaceuticalization of medicine.
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Lawrence Krauss: Decoding the Universe
In 2012, the biggest experiment in the history of physics paid off: scientists at the Hadron Collider discovered the Higgs-Boson, which helps explain why there is mass in the universe. In March, a team of scientists at the South Pole may have peered back to almost the beginning of time by finding evidence of "gravitational waves." If confirmed, according to theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss, "it will have increased our empirical window on the origins of the universe by a margin comparable to the amount it has grown in all of the rest of human history." He sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss these recent discoveries and our expanding knowledge of the cosmos.
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Rise of the New Atheists?
As the documentary "The Unbelievers" premieres at Toronto's Hot Docs Festival, two of the men featured in the film: professor Richard Dawkins and physicist Lawrence Krauss sit down with Steve Paikin to tell us why indeed, they don't believe.
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William Gibson: The New Cyber/Reality
The man who coined the term "cyberspace," science fiction writer and futurist William Gibson joins The Agenda to discuss the new cyber-reality and where the human race might be headed next.
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Mario Martinez: How Culture Influences Aging
After studying centenarians all over the world, Mario Martinez has found that cultural and spiritual beliefs are more significant than genetics when it comes to health and longevity. He sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how his theory can be applied in practice.
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On Gratitude
Many of us know what we're thankful for, but how often do we actually take the time to express our gratitude? The Agenda debates giving thanks.
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Lawrence Krauss: A Universe from Nothing
Why is there something, rather than nothing? This question has long been the domain of philosophers and theologians, but science can now finally weigh in. Physicist Lawrence Krauss sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how recent scientific developments have found an elegant solution to this baffling question.
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Dr. David Sackett: Medical Pioneer
Evidence-based medicine: McMaster University's Dr. David Sackett and the pioneering work that won him the prestigious Gairdner Award.
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Chris Hadfield: Space Oddity
He is unlike any other astronaut who came before him. During the five months that Canadian Chris Hadfield led the International Space Station, he was fully engaged with earthlings back home through social media and music. Chris Hadfield visits The Agenda to talk about his recent mission, along with his life-long mission, and his past and future roots in Ontario.
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Canadian Sniper
Jody Mitic is a twenty-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces and sniper team leader. He saw first-hand the courage and chaos of war, suffering the loss of both his legs after stepping on a land-mine in Afghanistan, and changing his life forever. Now he is a city councillor for Ottawa, and an advocate for wounded veterans. He writes about this remarkable journey in his book "Unflinching: The Making of a Canadian Sniper." He joins The Agenda to discuss his extraordinary experiences.
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Talking to Trees
Forester Peter Wohlleben says trees can communicate with one another. He joins The Agenda to talk about his book, "The Hidden Life of Trees", and the science behind how trees warn each other of danger, live near their family members and even develop best friends.
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Agenda Insight: Goodbye to Good Men
What will happen when women aren't able to find desirable partners, and men are no longer will to play the role of husband and father? Agenda Insight Essayist Jordan Peterson finds the future of gender relations bleak.
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Brian Burke: The Business of Hockey
Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager Brian Burke on hockey, leadership and the business of Canada's game.
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Gender and the Brain
Are gender difference born or made? Science can give a clue as to how the male or female brains approach life differently. Tonight, The Agenda's contributes to TVO's Mysteries of the Mind week by featuring a discussion on the brain gender divide.
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John Ralston Saul: The Collapse of Globalism
In the early 1970s, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher declared, "there is no alternative," to economic prescriptions to help liberalize the marketplace and expand trade. This approach came to be known as globalization. Rising to fill the vacancy left after 45 years of Keynesianism, it made many promises, which John Ralston Saul says, have all failed. He sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay to discuss his book, "The Collapse of Globalism and The Reinvention of the World."
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A Housing Market for All
As home prices continue to soar in the GTHA, many people have been left wondering whether they will ever be able to afford to purchase a house. Dr. Paul Kershaw is a policy professor at the University of British Columbia school of population and public health and the founder of Generation Squeeze. He says if policies don't change, cities could risk becoming "generational ghost towns."
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Laura Cattari: Living on ODSP
Laura Cattari wants to reform Ontario's social assistance program. She says it's unwieldy and difficult to navigate. And she should know, as she is an ODSP recipient. She shares her experience with Steve Paikin.
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Kazuo Ishiguro: The Buried Giant
Celebrated novelist Kazuo Ishiguro returns to TVO for a feature-length interview about his new book "The Buried Giant," his first novel in ten years. Set in post-Arthurian England, Ishiguro's tale is a meditation on memory and how societies try to overcome past atrocities. He sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay to discuss the themes of the novel and writing in the fantasy genre.
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Jane Jacobs Revisited
The Agenda re-examines the ideas of Toronto's own urban legend, activist Jane Jacobs on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Should Ontario continue to strive for the cities she envisioned or are her ideas rooted in the past and thus passé?
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