In the third episode of The Intercept’s weekly show, host Glenn Greenwald discusses the important mental-health consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, and what quarantining and maintaining social isolation means to our emotional well being. Glenn interviews Andrew Solomon, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center and author of the worldwide 2002 best-seller A Noonday Demon: an Atlas of Depression, and Johann Hari, author of the 2015 book on the causes of addiction, “Chasing the Scream,” author of the 2018 “Lost Connections” about depression, and the speaker of one of the most viral TEDTalks ever delivered, about myths surrounding addiction.
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00:10 Glenn’s Monologue
12:15 Interview with Andrew Solomon
41:12 Interview with Johann Hari
1:16:44 End Credits