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Charlie Munger can teach you about The Psychology of Human Misjudgment with this lecture given in June of 1995 to Harvard Law Students. Mr. Munger speaks about the framework for decision making and the factors contributing to misjudgments.


Richard Feyman’s Messenger Lecture Series about The Character of Physical Laws at Cornell in 1964, have been recollected by Project Tuva. The BBC caught pure love in FUN TO IMAGINE, recorded at his home in Altadena, CA in 1983. At age 68, on the evening of September 26th, 1985, during the workshop Idiosyncratic Thinking, he addressed the audience with Heuristics


Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and Arthur C. ClarkeGod, The Universe and Everything Else (1988)


The interview with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, one of the most important moments in the recent history of computing.


Ray Dalio explains How the Economic Machine Works


Jiddu Krishnamurti explains What is Meditation


Victor Frankl Finding meaning in difficult times (Interview with Dr. Viktor Frankl)


Richard Dawkins y Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Poetry of Science


Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell


Carl Sagan‘s 1994 “Lost” Lecture: The Age of Exploration


Daniel Goleman on Focus: The Secret to High Performance and Fulfilment


Jorge Luis Borges gave seven lectures in “Seven Nights” between June and August of 1977, these took place in the Teatro Coliseo – Buenos Aires:
1- First Night: La Divina Comedia
2- Second Night: La Pesadilla
3- Third Night: El libro de las mil y una noches
4- Fourth Night: El Budismo
5- Fifth Night: ¿Qué es la poesía?
6- Sixth Night: La Cábala
7- Seventh Night: La Ceguera  


Gabriel García Marquez interview

Ernesto Sábato interview

Facundo Cabral interview