What is our real goal when we say we want to succeed? How does success relate to our ethics: for example, our commitment to honesty? Is it enough to just fake the values we want people to think we have? How are humans different from other animals as we think about success and ethics? Do our core beliefs impact how we think about success? If so, what is the difference (if any) between Christian and atheist beliefs when it comes to success?
Stanford behavioral economist, Charles Lee, and Cornell economist, Robert Frank, share Christian and atheist perspectives on success in this fascinating dialogue at The Veritas Forum at Cornell.