In a world in which global problems threaten to tear societies apart, Jonathan Haidt looks to repair our differences by finding the reason we disagree. In his bestselling <em>The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion</em>, Haidt points to moral intuition: our gut instinct that helps us determine what feels right and wrong. In addition to his work on morality, Haidt is also an expert on positive psychology and studies emotions such as moral elevation, admiration, and awe. He is also the author of <em>The Happiness Hypothesis</em> and <em>Flourishing</em>. He is a professor at New York University's Stern School of Business. Reception afterward.