Collective Sensemaking Café The Knowledge Café is a powerful collective sensemaking tool

Collective (Conversational) Sensemaking How do we make sense of the world? We can think things through on our own, but there are problems with the internal conversations we have in our heads. We are full of biases, emotions, and blind-spots. We are arrogant; we think we understand far more than we do. We have a … Continue reading Collective Sensemaking Café The Knowledge Café is a powerful collective sensemaking tool

Freedom of Speech Trying to articulate and formulate your thoughts like the boneheaded moron that you are

What captures my attention in the above video is Prof. Jordan B. Peterson’s stream of consciousness description and defense of free speech (15:43 to 16:58) which I have transcribed below. And so we need to start talking and listening. And when you talk it doesn’t mean you’re right. It doesn’t mean you’re correct. Right? It … Continue reading Freedom of Speech Trying to articulate and formulate your thoughts like the boneheaded moron that you are

Collective thinking * Talking with each other beats talking to ourselves

There are two conversations. The face-to-face external conversations we have with other people. And the silent internal conversations or inner conversations we have with ourselves, in our heads. Thinking and spoken discourse are the same thing, except that what we call thinking is, precisely, the inward dialogue carried on by the mind with itself without spoken sound. … Continue reading Collective thinking * Talking with each other beats talking to ourselves