What We Owe to Each Other
T. M. Scanlon
Moral philosopher and Harvard professor T.M. Scanlon explains how we make moral judgments and why we're so motivated by them.
What You Do Is Who You Are
Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz analyzes what works and what doesn't in building and maintaining a healthy workplace culture.
What's the T?
In this informative, accessible guide for young teenagers and their guardians, author and activist Juno Dawson draws on her experience as a trans woman to explore different gender identities and what it is like to be transgender in modern society.
When Breath Becomes Air
Paul Kalanithi, Abraham Verghese
When Breath Becomes Air helps you see what's really important by diving into Paul Kalanithi's life of loving neuroscience, literature, meaning, and his family that ended from cancer in his mid-thirties.
When Did Marriage Become So Hard?
Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam
This February 2018 episode of Hidden Brain sheds light on why it is so difficult to be satisfied in modern marriages and how we can better navigate our long-term romantic relationships.
When It Was Just a Game
Long-time sports historian Harvey Frommer chronicles the first World Championship Game between the NFL and AFL, which would later become the Super Bowl.
When the Body Says No
Gabor Maté M.D.
When The Body Says No unravels the inner workings of the mind-body connection so you can hone in on your instincts and improve your health.
When Things Fall Apart
When Things Fall Apart gives you the confidence to make it through life's inevitable setbacks by sharing ideas and strategies like mindfulness to grow your resilience and come out on top.
When We Cease to Understand the World
A book about the bounds of the human imagination, centering on some of the most influential scientific theorems and thinkers of the 20th and 21st centuries.
When We Rise
American LGBTQ+ activist and founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Cleve Jones recounts his early life, coming out, and involvement in the gay rights movement.
When Women Ruled the World
Egyptologist Kara Cooney examines the lives of six female pharaohs in ancient Egypt, shedding light on the relationship between women and power in history and today.
When: the Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing
Daniel H. Pink
When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing breaks down the science of time so you can stop guessing and pick the best times to work, eat, sleep, have your coffee, and even quit your job.
Where the Conflict Really Lies
Published in 2011, Where The Conflict Really Lies is a tightly reasoned philosophical argument that suggests monotheistic religion and science are deeply compatible, and that a scientific worldview need not exclude spiritual explanations.
Where to Invade Next
In this semi-satirical documentary, Michael Moore 'invades' Europe, hunting down socially progressive policies to take back to his ailing home of the United States.
Where Will Man Take Us?
This future-oriented book examines how technology will not merely assist humans but also radically change how humanity itself is defined.
Where You Are Is Not Who You Are
Where You Are Is Not Who You Are is the fascinating memoir of America's first Black woman to head a Fortune 500 company as CEO.
White Fragility helps to explain why it can be so difficult for white people to talk about racism, especially in the U.S., and how this understanding can encourage people to be kinder and fairer.
White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch
This Netflix documentary exposes the racist and exclusionary practices of Abercrombie & Fitch, the hottest clothing brand at the turn of the millennium.
Who Cares Wins
In Who Cares Wins, actress and activist Lily Cole presents a comprehensive walkthrough of the problems the Earth faces today, highlighting changes that must be made both by individuals and the systems that govern our way of life.
Who Made My Clothes?
University of Exeter, Fashion Revolution
This course from the University of Exeter explains the destructive labor practices used throughout the clothing industry, and the Fashion Revolution's global movement to stop them.
Who Rules the World?
Renowned academic and political activist Noam Chomsky examines the ways in which the U.S. still sets the terms of global discourse, often favoring military gain over the greater good.