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Really enjoyed this. He's a "performance philosopher" - I love that. Around minute 27, though, I felt he started to get shallow. He had drifted off into either too many cliches or too many totally obvious observations. But he got back to his core effectiveness (regarding the subject of awe) around minute 30. I suspect he's better in shorter segments - which are his preferred milieu - than longer talks.