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Nov 28, 2016

Samuel Arbesman is a complexity scientist focusing on the changing nature of science and technology. We discuss learning, reading, and how to optimize both to get the best outcome.

 

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3 Comments
  • five and a half years ago
    Christian Tietze
    Found these:

    - The Inevitable
    - Algorithms to Live by
    - The Age of Em
    - Irvine: Guide to the Good Life (stoicism for non philosophers?) -- make the best version of everyhting, including yourself
    - Cave: Immortality
    - Asimov: Foundation (trilogy)
    - Childhood's End
    - Stephenson: Cryptonomicon
  • five and a half years ago
    Christian
    Love this episode! The auestions are great and the chatting and associating is very educating.

    Do you happen to have a list of books mentioned in this episode?
  • five and a half years ago
    Michal
    I'd love to get the links to the books mentioned as there was a couple of them in this episode. It's hard to write them down while driving ;)
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