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Is The World Comprehensible?

Is the world comprehensible? This is one of the interesting questions we explore in the podcast series on Making Sense of Complexity, which features conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science.  

The latest episodes include interviews with: Princeton psychology professor Justin Junge on consciousness, attention and the pursuit of understanding; with professor of mathematics and computer science Noson Yanofski on mathematical complexity and logical paradox; and with Dr. Mark Cohen, neuroscientist and co-inventor of fMRI, on the nature of the brain and human knowing.

Justin Junge  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1zyFCGzYWs

Noson Yanofski  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIN8oYeaGUA&t=1s

Mark Cohen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJ8WKGV-2hY

The development and publication of these interviews has been a wonderful and exciting challenge.  I am grateful to the guests who have been willing to share their expertise and their speculations openly in these conversations.  I also appreciate the support and guidance of my collaborators Daniel Sanderson (Planksip), Sam Barton (Talk of Today), and Daniel Friedman (Complexity Adventures), and my producer Cray Novick True Spectrum Media). 

Collaborator Links: 
Spiral Inquiry: https://spiralinquiry.org
Planksip: https://www.planksip.org
Talk of Today: https://www.samhbarton.com/podcast
Complexity Weekend:  https://www.complexityadventures.com
True Spectrum Media/Cray Novick: https://linktr.ee/cameracray

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