INHERENTLY HUMAN #27

Episode 27 May 19, 2019 00:47:30
INHERENTLY HUMAN #27
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #27
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Show Notes

Aden Debord, 21, formulates a theory that each of us enjoys a gift in life -- such as the ability to find a great seat in a restaurant before the crowd arrives. But the gift is always balanced-out by a curse. For instance, Aden believes his best laid plans are always doomed to come to nothing. Jim Newman, 73, expands on Aden's theory. He asks whether, say, the gift of creativity always comes with a corresponding downside.

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