The tug of war between science and religion helps define us, Gilbert says.
Since Gilbert's personal philosophy is a blank slate waiting for scientific building blocks.
Gilbert has no shortage of inspiration, though most of his work comes out of banging heads with his collaborator.
Gilbert is not ready to think about questions of legacy.
Gilbert talks about why we're so bad at predicting what makes us happy.
Once Daniel Gilbert left Evanston, Illinois, luck took over.