Justice, Empathy, and Chimpanzees: A Talk With Frans de Waal

I’ve been following the research of primatologist Frans de Waal on peacemaking among primates for a long time. Earlier this month I finally got to meet him in New York, where we had a conversation about his new book, The Age of Empathy: Nature’s Lessons for a Kinder Society.

I’ve embedded the first of a series of excerpts you can watch on YouTube. You can find all the excerpts here.

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