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Thinking about Not-Knowing #10 Intent, Causation, and Values
Thursday October 19 at 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm CEST
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In episodes 6-9 of this series, we discussed how not-knowing arises in relation to actions, outcomes, causation, and values, and how future-ness affects not-knowing. Episode 10 is about how the four types of not-knowing reverberate back and forth between each other over time: a change in one of them can affect the others.
The approaches and tools of not-knowing must do their best to accommodate how a change in one of the four affects how you think about the rest. This requires a fundamentally different way of thinking about the world and how to take action in it
In this session we’ll talk about why relating to not-knowing requires:
- A mindset that is reflexive and flexible.
- Broad approaches to action that expect change and evolution.
- Tools that look very different from risk-management tools.
This is part of a monthly Interintellect series about not-knowing.
Pre-reading: Check back here week of Oct 19!
Optional (but probably useful!): Check out previous articles on thinking more clearly about not-knowing.
This event will be recorded!