Hope in Source

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Summary

Is the city a toaster (an object) or a cat (a living organism)? We are joined by Dr. Timothy Patitsis to talk about how our physical and digital spaces, like liturgy, can be understood as "the work of the people". We discuss science as organized complexity, the meaning of knowledge, recursive societies, fractal hierarchies, and implications for governance.

Transcript at https://hopeinsource.com/city

Show Notes

Is the city a toaster (an object) or a cat (a living organism)? We are joined by Dr. Timothy Patitsis to talk about how our physical and digital spaces, like liturgy, can be understood as "the work of the people". We discuss science as organized complexity, the meaning of knowledge, recursive societies, fractal hierarchies, and implications for governance.

Transcript at https://hopeinsource.com/city

  • Website: https://hopeinsource.com
  • Henry: https://twitter.com/left_pad
  • Nadia: https://twitter.com/nayafia
  • Timothy: https://www.hchc.edu/faculty/timothy-patitsas-phd/

Cover art by Jessica Han. Music by Ken Wheeler

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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