Congruence

Congruence

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TED|Ep. 6 — A Deacon’s Musing

TEDx Episode Guide I made a promise to TEDxWinnipeg (previously known as TEDxManitiboa) in 2014. I committed to sharing their important work in my faith-based context. I have lived into that pledge by creating another recurring feature for A Deacon’s Musing : TED|Episodes (Two others are: 1: Feather’s Fall serial story; &, 2: Vignettes). The intent is to…

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How to start conversations without offending/excluding anyone: Top tips from 4 decades of Very Polite Conversations across 4 continents — Research Degree Insiders

Back in September, I did a thread on Twitter that a lot of people found helpful about how to start conversations. It was prompted by a couple of senior female academics having been mistaken for guests or administrators, but I have had equally horrific conversations as a guest or administrator. How to start conversations without […]

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Beyond Humanity: The Datacentric Worldview — Break The Code

…new technologies may suggest, create, even impose new ends, never before conceived, simply by offering their feasibility. —Hans Jonas, Toward a Philosophy of Technology For years now philosophers, scientists, artists, pundits, academics, social-critics, etc. have spoken of the death of humanism and the rise of post-humanism. Hans Jonas in a perceptive reading at mid-century […]

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