EPISODE 3 - Sam Barton

Making Sense of Complexity with George Gantz

Jun 13 2022 • 1 hr 5 mins

Making Sense of Complexity features conversations with complexity science practitioners and philosophers on the deep and fascinating findings of complexity science. How do we make sense of the uncertain and seemingly incomprehensible world we live in? Hosted by George Gantz, the production is a collaboration with Spiral Inquiry, Planksip, Talk of Today, and Complexity Weekend, and is produced by True Spectrum Media.

Today our guest is Sam Barton, a generalist and philosopher based in Sydney, Australia.  Sam hosts the Talk of Today podcast and is product lead at Ideamarket, a literal marketplace of ideas.  Sam has lived extensively in Asia and considers himself a global citizen.  He is particularly is interested in what complexity science can contribute to questions in moral and political philosophy.

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

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