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Mountain Climbers

On this episode of Learning How to See, Brian, Gigi, Mike and Paul talk about the next two biases that look at the social-political dimensions of seeing:

  1. Consciousness bias: A person’s level of consciousness makes seeing some things possible and others impossible. Our brains see from a location.
  2. Competency bias: We are incompetent at knowing how incompetent or competent we are, so we may see less or more than we think. Our brains prefer to think of ourselves as above average.

The prayers/intentions used in this season can be found here at the following links, depending on where you listen to podcasts: Apple | Spotify | RadioPublic | Stitcher

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Length: 00:33:00
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