Sapolsky’s outstanding Stanford lecture on “The Uniqueness of Humans”

Stanford primatologist and anthropologist Robert Sapolsky scores big with this grad lecture on “The Uniqueness of Humans,” a humbling, inspiring and sweet 30 minutes on what it is about humans that makes us unique from our animal cousins, and how many of the seemingly unique features of humanity can be found elsewhere.

Class Day Lecture 2009: The Uniqueness of Humans (Thanks, Avi!)

Category: Weekend

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One Response to ““The Uniqueness of Humans””

  1. Scott F says:

    Great stuff! Thanks for posting