Adventures in Space & Time


Matt & Phil chat on a cross-country check-up this week. Phil opens up about his life as an aspiring PhD, Matt tells us how to travel with a young one, and we debate the merits and demerits of compression socks and tourists. Yup, it got a little silly. Go figure. We do settle down and put on our serious faces to discuss how we, individually and collectively, experience space and time. Seen as social aspects of our world, how we experience space and time is highly dependant on the structures that surround us. However, we also have agency to navigate space and time, allowing for seemingly endless opportunities. With a different view of space and time, is it possible to think about creativity, productivity, technological advancements, and (dis)abilities differently?

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Concluding thought:  In space, what came earlier continues to underpin what follows
Henri Lefebvre, The Production of Space


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