I call for new hubris
Solid subscribe. This lab’s intellectual and practical resources are exciting and unsurpassed. In which case, how can they best benefit all aspects of our humanity? (Assuming that’s a goal.) This podcast’s hubris resonates as extractive. A world-class, tenured team can do riskier research and produce eps w more creative marketing strategies. Flatter the listener’s more noble interests. (They exist.) I plead: more basic inquiry in the spirit of curious exploration and less a priori quest for mastering humanity’s (lucrative) efficiency. I hope this challenge echoes in your mind when writing the next grant proposal.
lornabug via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/17/23
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Really like the topics brought forward, but it would help to bring in a few guests (preferably noobs in the field). A dialogue between people makes these kinda topics much easier too digest and makes it more relatable. Your appearance at e.g. the JRE was a good example of that.
Kriswitha_K via Apple Podcasts · Belgium · 01/05/21
I’m one of the fortunate people that came across Dr. Huberman a while back. I’ve been eagerly awaiting this podcast. I’ve learned so much from his studies and vast knowledge. He makes neuroscience sooo engaging! 👏🏼🎉✨
Jodi Mallow via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/05/21
Loving the podcast so far! Looking forward to the new episodes.
Wrgcrhbdhncfhbvf via Apple Podcasts · Hungary · 01/05/21
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