Episode 33: Abstractish
Finally, an episode with some forethought. Probably because Tim and I spend a lot of time thinking this way. We delve into language, metaphors, and paradigms with the goal of characterizing characterization. Ok, I'm freebasing a bit, but Tim and I pulled from our experiences and his study to put some pavement under our feet for future discussions that address how we communicate concepts in a way that is hopefully understandable by other abstract thinkers.
Reflecting on Behavior: Giacomo Rizzolatti Takes Us on a Tour of the Mirror Mechanism - July 2011
and ten years later...
Study casts new light on mirror neurons - Despite initial findings, neurons are activated by the observation of both biological and non-biological movements, study indicates - August 2021
Thomas Kuhn and his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions introduce the Paradigm Shift
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Evergreen Links and Notes:
Welcome to the New International Lifestyle - VALUE4VALUE
Podcasting 2.0, The Lightning Network, and Value4Value usher in a new era of podcasting that’s free of big tech control - 9to5mac.com
Podcasting 2.0 Will Bring Bitcoin to the Masses - bitcoinmagazine.com, 15-Sept, 2022
Show Bumper Music:
"Speeding Through Mountains" by John Emil