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 try an Unintroduction (inspired by clmooc)

What does it mean, what does it do, for the participation of some to be dependent on an invitation made by others?

thinking esp of invited to exist ness.. and invited vs invent ness and dave’s campfire analogy

how to make sure the gathering (in a space) we’re hosting is for everyone.. perhaps we first make sure it starts with 7bn curiosities (self-talk as data) .. everyday.. rather than a ie: campfire/course/whatever.. that even though open.. we get the whole leader/follower thing..

seeing participation and engaged ness as more of a voluntary compliance than of alive people.. ie: invited vs invented ness

when we seek participation or engagement.. generally means we have an agenda.. so not offering freedom.. even if it seems we are.. even if the (event/activity) seems good/friendly/nice.. like a host\ing a campfire


Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 5:16 PM on Tue, Oct 29, 2019:
The world is too complex for singular leaders: “A group of individuals whose collective behavior is controlled by a single individual cannot behave in a more complex way than the individual who is exercising the control”

‘leaders know that hosting others is the only way to get complex, intractable problems solved’ – meg wheatley

yeah.. i don’t know.. i think we miss the boat by thinking we have to host anything..



via mark wigley: constant hospitality law et al


hospitality .. oikos.. cosmopolitanism