Into the Unknown

Into the Unknown

#8 Learning from hunters and gatherers ❘ Bettina Ludwig

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What impact does it have on a community if there is no word for past or future in its language? And also no word for childhood or of comparison. In this episode, I speak with Bettina Ludwig. She has been researching hunter-gatherer communities for six years and lived with them for three months in the Kalahari Desert. How much interest do hunters and gatherers show in us and is there anything we can learn from them and implement in our complex world? Listen for yourself.

Author: Katharina Baier Editor: Raphael Spannocchi Jingle: Samuel Buda

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Do we always need a plan? What happens to our lives when we don't know the next step, the correct answer or what we feel, want or need? Can we actually know and be certain about things? And what is the benefit of the unknown?

This interview podcast brings you stories from and about people, who stepped into the unknown, stories about fear, uncertainty, the Illusion of security and ... I don't know. Let's see what it will be about.

Author: Katharina Baier
Jingle: Samuel Buda

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