“The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.”
–Alfred North Whitehead

Living in a Complex World (a trialogue)



One response to “Living in a Complex World (a trialogue)”

  1. dmf Avatar

    Adam’s question about supply-chains crossing imaginary boundaries between the “local” and the far reaching, was a key one as it introduced actual/existing complexity into the discussion which ironically was composed mostly around bits of yer other guest grossly simplifying complex matters into manageable widgets/apps, a good reminder that we are generally composed of cog-biases that work directly against grasping that complex systems are truly complex, part of why I admire Isabelle Stengers’ dire warnings about the unintended consequences of our inevitable simplifications while know that her insights will be lost to most…

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