Hope in Source

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Summary

Can there be knowledge without a knower? Maggie Appleton joins Henry again in a 2 part chat to discuss how knowledge is personal, through the work of Michael Polanyi. We cover how knowing is an activity, ambient technology, dualism, Bruno Latour, knowing as faith, learning through liturgy, Jesus as the embodiment of God. We end by asking how we should navigate the post-truth world. Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/embodied.

Show Notes

Can there be knowledge without a knower? Maggie Appleton joins Henry again in a 2 part chat to discuss how knowledge can be intimately personal, through the work of Michael Polanyi. We cover how knowing is an activity, ambient technology, dualism, Bruno Latour, knowing as faith, learning through liturgy, Jesus as the embodiment of God. We end by asking how we should navigate the post-truth world. Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/embodied.

Part 2: https://hopeinsource.com/process
Previously: https://hopeinsource.com/metaphor, https://hopeinsource.com/gift
Maggie: https://twitter.com/Mappletons
Henry: https://twitter.com/left_pad

Sections:
  • [0:00] Indwelling
  • [2:05] Ambient Technology
  • [3:28] Digital Affordances
  • [4:43] Paperclip Thought Experiment
  • [7:39] Knowing is Subjective
  • [8:55] Bruno Latour: hybrid objects
  • [11:37] Understanding Someone in Bits and Pieces
  • [12:42] Knowing as Worship
  • [15:27] Truth through Ritual
  • [18:31] The Incarnation as Skin in the Game
  • [21:40] The Stability of Beliefs

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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