I saw the National Theatre's production of Tom Stoppard's "The Hard Question." I raise it here because it made me think that a playwright or a writer with the skill and knows what his story is about can tell it dramatically. "The Hard Question" is about a young woman who goes to work for a billionaire speculator who establishes a research institute. The question she wants to answer is does the brain generate morality, love and convictions using pre-existing societal rules or the qualities that have been helpful to our survival, or does morality, emotion, and the other qualities that make civilization possible register on the brain? If it does, then where does all this come from?