Hope in Source

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Summary

What does a convivial society entail? Michael Sacasas joins Henry in the second part of a conversation about Illich and his views of the common good. We speak about Illich's critique against institutions, autonomy and interdependence, the story of the Good Samaritan, learning through apprenticeship and intimate participation, and outsourcing our choices. Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/convivial.

Show Notes

What does a convivial society entail? Michael Sacasas joins Henry in the second part of a conversation about Illich and his views of the common good. We speak about Illich's critique against institutions, autonomy and interdependence, the story of the Good Samaritan, learning through apprenticeship and intimate participation, and outsourcing our choices. Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/convivial.

Part 1: https://hopeinsource.com/limits
Youtube version (unedited): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fojoWc1oCeQ
Michael: https://twitter.com/LMsacasas
Henry: https://twitter.com/left_pad

Headings:
  • Conviviality as Autonomy
  • Conviviality as Interdependence
  • Schooling and Credentialism
  • The Good Samaritan
  • The Master-Practitioner Relationship
  • Learning to Name the World
  • Capacity for Attention
  • On Surrendering Our Experience

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What is Hope in Source?

What are the parallels between faith and open source software? Join Nadia Eghbal and Henry Zhu for an off-the-cuff conversation between friends. Check out hopeinsource.com and nadiaeghbal.com/public-faith for the backstory