- Dave MacCarthy
- United Kingdom
To make data more human with inclusionist dialogue from Artists, Poets, Writers, Philosophers and ALL by adopting "Natural Inclusionality".
To think about data in a human context is a specific application of natural inclusional logic; i.e. to think lovingly and respectfully about figures of all kinds as flow-forms - responsive, reflective inclusions of receptive space. In mathematical terms this entails regarding infinity and zero as intangible qualities that respectively include are included WITHIN ONE as a dynamic identity, not ONE as an independent singleness separate from zero and infinity. Hence we come to appreciate 'self-identity' as a natural dynamic inclusion of neighbourhood, not an isolated unit of mass. We can love neighbourhood as an inclusion of self and self as an inclusion of neighbourhood, enabling to live more in more empathic, respectful and sustainable ways than when we regard each other as statistical objects. See http://www.inclusionality.org/ And Alan Rayner's essays at http://www.bestthinking.com/