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Food for Thought - Tasting Qualities - Ep. 5

Food for Thought - Tasting Qualities - Ep. 5

The students talk with Buddhist philosopher Shalini Sinha, who discusses how people work to change the world around them. Professor Sinha argues for looking at the qualities of a person rather than their ego, thereby emphasizing connection to the people and world around them rather than isolation as individuals. Challenging the dichotomy between the individual and the world, the group thinks through the implications for working collectively to enact change.

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Schuit, Valerie (filmmaker)
Robbiano, Chiara (filmmaker)
Sinha, Shalini (presenter)

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; "Tasting Qualities"; Viewpoint Films; food; Amsterdam; Netherlands; documentary series; philosophy; philosophers; cooking; kitchen; Shalini Singha; ,doc,food; sociss

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