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Uploaded on Sep 8, 2007
When John Nash visited Brown University a few years ago, he gave an incredible speech during which his back faced the crowd the entire time and he read from overheads. During his lecture he discussed globalization, but would make asides that didn't relate to the topic at all. This is video of one such aside during which he discusses the Greek tale of Diogenes. I recorded the whole of the lecture, but unfortunately lost the video before YouTube was a thing. I wish I found the video.
Transcription: ...of competitive species. Rather than that...it's sort of like when honest people replace dishonest people...there is a...someone had in ancient greek someone went around with a lamp, and it was lit in the daytime saying I'm looking for an honest man. *The crowd gasps...