RSA Animated videos

find many on YouTube-search, uploaded by theRSAorg. Here 3 of my favor:

  • The Empathic Civilisation, 10.40 min: Bestselling author, political adviser and social and ethical prophet Jeremy Rifkin investigates the evolution of empathy and the profound ways that it has shaped our development and our society … or: La Civilización Empática (spoken in english, Subtitulada Español), 10.40 min;
  • Left brain, right brain, 10.29 min: In this early RSA Animate Matthew Taylor explores how brain and behaviour research is increasingly being incorporated into political and policy debate;
  • The Economic Consequences of Mr Brown, 10.44 min: On 14 September 2009, Stein Ringen, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Oxford, gave his assessment of the New Labour government and the state of the British constitution. In the first of the RSA’s new animation series, visual scribe Andrew Park presents his interpretation of the event.


Inside the Psyche of the 1%, on ZNet, by Don Fitz, Nov. 19, 2012;

An Afghan Mystery: Why Are Large Shipments of Gold Leaving the Country? on The New York Times, by MATTHEW ROSENBERG, December 15, 2012;

On Manichean Worldviews and Effecting Change, on naked capitalism, by blog owner, SEPTEMBER 27, 2012;

Oxfam Action Corps: Growing a Better Food System through Action and Conversation, on Nourishing the Planet/Oxfam, by Alyssa Casey, September 27, 2012;

Give a man a gun …, on  Realsociology, June 29, 2012;

Not Quite Adults: Why are more 20-30 somethings living with their parents? on Realsociology, June 27, 2012.

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