Today's conversation with Jack Turney focuses on asking why we think we know, what we think we know. The exploration includes considerations of awe, wonder, gratitude, science, religion, and humility in relationship to knowing and not-knowing. We talk about distinctions between ideas of truth, perspective, and reality. We ask if individuals and society benefit more from holding on to what we think we know, or perhaps benefit more from what we might learn in a posture of not-knowing. As a default practice of thinking, where might the greatest potential for wisdom exist?
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