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The Closer To Truth DVD collection features some of our best episodes from our PBS broadcast series.

Experience intimate, candid conversations with Nobel laureates and other notable thinkers in three compilation sets exploring the big questions in Cosmos, Consciousness, and Meaning. Each compilation has 13 half-hour TV episodes spread across 4 DVDs, featuring dynamic contributors speaking with host Robert Lawrence Kuhn.  

We have curated these timeless sets to invite viewers to explore the fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning, and purpose.

Join us on this groundbreaking global journey in search of the vital questions of existence.

 

Cosmos, Consciousness, and Meaning Collection

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Cosmos Compilation

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How vast is the cosmos? Did our universe have a beginning? How many universes exist? What are the scope and limits of science?

Our Cosmos compilation addresses these questions and more.

The Cosmos compilation features interviews with Sean Carroll, Alan H. Guth, Roger Penrose, Martin Rees, Steven Weinberg, and other notable thinkers.

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Consciousness Compilation

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Why is consciousness so mysterious? What is the mind-body problem? How are brains structured? Is free will an illusion?

Our Consciousness compilation addresses these questions and more.

The Consciousness compilation features interviews with Susan Blackmore, David Chalmers, Daniel Dennett, Raymond Kurzweil, Marvin Minsky, and other notable thinkers.

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Meaning Compilation

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Does God make sense? Is God all-knowing? Does evil disprove God? Can many religions all be true?

Our Meaning compilation addresses these questions and more.

The Meaning compilation features interviews with William Lane Craig, Peter van Inwagen, Alvin Plantinga, Michael Shermer, Richard Swinburne, and other notable thinkers.