Have you ever wondered why the world seems so complex and chaotic? How do we make sense of it all? This new video/audio podcast series, “Making Sense of Complexity”, will feature conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in. Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of Today, and Complexity Weekend, and is produced by True Spectrum Media.
We may not resolve the key philosophical questions of causation, free will, consciousness, ethics, the nature of reality, the limits of evidence, the basis of belief or the meaning of life. But we hope to get a better understanding of complexity science and offer some ideas of how to make sense of the world we live in.
Episodes are posted on the 1st and 15th of every month.
Episode 7 - Bleu Knight
A conversation with Dr. Bleu Knight, a polymath drawn to the mysteries of complexity science and its multi-disciplinary discoveries. In this interview she talks about how she makes peace with it all.
Episode 6 - Michael Garfield
A conversation with Michael Garfield, artist, musician, writer, editor, organizer and cultural change agent, as well as the host of Santa Fe Institute's Complexity podcast.
Episode 5 - Michaela Emch
Making Sense of Complexity features conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in? Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of Today, and Complexity Weekend, and is produced by True Spectrum Media.
Today our guest is Michaela Emch, a multi-talented communication and marketing specialist, translator, cultural mediator, biomimicry practitioner, safari guide, keen naturalist and biology enthusiast. In 2021 Michaela wrote the book “From Natures Mouth - The Handbook for Bio-infused Human Communication.” Our conversation explores how the features of complex biological systems, including the human cell, provide important insights for how we communicate and how we organize complex human systems.
Collaborator Links: Spiral Inquiry: https://spiralinquiry.org Planksip: https://www.planksip.org Talk of Today: https://www.samhbarton.com/podcast Complexity Weekend: https://www.complexityweekend.com True Spectrum Media/Cray Novick: https://linktr.ee/cameracray
Episode 4 - Gary F. Bengier
A conversation with Gary F. Bengier, writer, philosopher, technologist and SFI Board Member, and the author of the award-winning SF novel Unfettered Journey.
EPISODE 3 - Sam Barton
Today our guest is Sam Barton, a generalist and philosopher based in Sydney, Australia. Sam hosts the Talk of Today podcast and is interested in the moral and political implications of complexity science.
Episode 2 - Daniel Sanderson
Today our guest is Daniel Sanderson, the Founder of planksip®, a philosophy and cultural media outlet for non-fiction authors and Academics. Daniel is a writer and active blogger on Science and Philosophy, and father of two, living in British Columbia, Canada.