Hope in Source

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Summary

How do we think about ourselves and the communities we move into? Sonya Mann and Henry continue a chat about the nature of conversion: about using jargon within a community, individuation, and transformation. Topics include the tools of a worldview, flavors of faith, the good of questions, essence and discovering yourself, hierarchies of reality, interwoven histories. (Recorded in September) Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/essence.

Show Notes

How do we think about ourselves and the communities we move into? Sonya Mann and Henry continue a chat about the nature of conversion: about using jargon within a community, individuation, and transformation. Topics include the tools of a worldview, flavors of faith, the good of questions, essence and discovering yourself, hierarchies of reality, interwoven histories. (Recorded in September) Transcript: https://hopeinsource.com/essence.

Sonya: https://twitter.com/sonyasupposedly
Henry: https://twitter.com/left_pad
Part 1: https://hopeinsource.com/reconversion

Support Sonya's writing and zines at https://www.sonyasupposedly.com/membership!

Sections:
  • [00:00] Microsoft Word as Worldview
  • [7:16] The Legitimacy of Questioning
  • [12:16] More Porous Than We Think
  • [14:23] Individuation
  • [17:49] The Grafting of our Identity
  • [20:03] Interwoven Stories
  • [22:51] Emergent Bodies
  • [25:01] The Language of Discovery
  • [30:13] Extensions of the Body
  • [40:22] Agreeing to Disagree

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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