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Session 3. Two years with COVID-19: a tale of carrots, sticks and megaphones - Shared screen with speaker view
Danielle Rutherford
21:08
Great Introduction!
Danielle Rutherford
21:17
Yes can gear you :)
Roberta Ryan
22:26
Welcome to everyone - its going to be a great conversation!
Roberta Ryan
31:51
Welcome to everyone - its going to be a great conversation!
yarkov halik
32:58
Could someone define what is we mean by "health"?
yarkov halik
35:11
It seems to me that Henry Ergas is really raising the question of Democracy and democratic governance
yarkov halik
43:03
It seems that the one of the challenges of this pandemic concerns the shortcoming of techno-administrative governance insofar as it seeks to control the future on the basis of models which are unable to handle exceptional circumstances (and thus crisises) since the epistemological framework is based on extrapolation from the past. Perhaps this also has to do with the very nature of bureaucracy, which as Henry Kissinger remarks, is very good at routinal situations but is not terribly good at creative thinking, with responding to circumstances as they arise as opposed to following a prearranged protocol. It seems to me that the broader issue that reality always outstrips our cognitive models, or is more complex than any kind of intellectual protocol. Indeed, if reality itself did not have that complexity, if it were merely a reflection of how we think about things, it would be not be real.