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Animal rights advocate Jeffrey Masson has long written about the emotional life of animals. In his new book, "Beasts," Masson examines human behavior in comparison with other animals.
Today at 12:00pm
How would Plato, one of the world's greatest philosophers, reflect on the 21st century? The show examines whether modern-day civilizations are living up to the Greek ideals of democracy and free thinking.
Today at 2:00pm
The program updates the situation in Ukraine: finding new angles, surprising insights, calling on reporters in Crimea, Kiev and Moscow, and people in Ukraine living through a crisis.
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