Cognitive Thrift 22 – Liberalization

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 22 - Liberalization Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner June 1, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: We have discussed a little bit of Dogma, not necessarily in beliefs systems alone. For instance, as after that great Kevin Smith movie, we can look at the Catholic Church and the way …

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Cognitive Thrift 21 – Data

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 21 - Data Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner May 31, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: We talked about high level theory - communication theory, information theory, cybernetic theory, and so on. You gave examples from American life and politics, and social situations now. Both have relationships with respect …

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Cognitive Thrift 20 – Feedback

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 20 - Feedback Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner May 30, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: In terms of a general principle through cognitive thrift or cognitive economics, and bearing in mind the feedback systems and information theory and community theory basis of a lot of this, we can derive a principle about nested …

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Cognitive Thrift 18 – Dogma

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 18 - Dogma Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner May 28, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: We talked about static, dynamic, or simply dogmatic thought or patterns of people. This is less functional in a highly dynamic, often-changing, and increasingly changing society based on technology, science, and other things. Can …

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Cognitive Thrift 17 – Jocks vs. Nerds

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 17 - Jocks vs. Nerds Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner May 27, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: We have talked about dynamic, static, ways of thought. You have characterized as 'jocks' in a larger theme of jocks vs. nerds in larger evolutionary theory. Rick Rosner: Well-adapted organisms in …

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Cognitive Thrift 16 – Choice

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 16 - Choice Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner May 26, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: There's also the fundamental right of choice. If you look at international declarations such as the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, they have the right to not only pick …

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Cognitive Thrift 12 – Rich and Poor

In-Sight Publishing Cognitive Thrift 12 - Rich and Poor Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner May 22, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: I see some room for additional extension of that argument into more practical realms: statistical geographical, global perspectives. If you look at the most prosperous nations, the least religious nations, the …

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