Big History: Connecting Knowledge

开始时间: 10/17/2020 持续时间: Unknown

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We currently face unprecedented challenges on a global scale. These problems do not neatly fall into disciplines. They are complicated, complex, and connected. Join us on this epic journey of 13.8 billion years starting at the Big Bang and travelling through time all the way to the future. Discover the connections in our world, the power of collective learning, how our universe and our world has evolved from incredible simplicity to ever-increasing complexity. Experience our modern scientific origin story through Big History and discover the important links between past, current, and future events. You will find two different types of lectures. ‘Zooming In’ lectures from multiple specialists enable you to understand key concepts through the lens of different disciplines, whilst David Christian's ‘Big History Framework’ lectures provide the connective overview for a journey through eight thresholds of Big History.

大历史:连接知识:我们目前在全球范围内面临前所未有的挑战。这些问题并没有整齐地归入学科。它们是复杂,复杂且相互联系的。与我们一起经历这138亿年的史诗之旅,从大爆炸开始,穿越时空,直到未来。探索我们世界中的联系,集体学习的力量,我们的宇宙和世界如何从令人难以置信的简单性发展到日益复杂的事物。通过大历史体验我们现代的科学起源故事,并发现过去,当前和未来事件之间的重要联系。您会发现两种不同类型的讲座。来自多个专家的“放大”讲座使您能够通过不同学科的角度来理解关键概念,而大卫·克里斯蒂安(David Christian)的“大历史框架”(Big History Framework)讲座则为您提供了通向八个大历史阈值的旅程的关联概述。


Welcome to Big History! This is where we use the power of a transdisciplinary perspective to explore broad trends in the grand narrative of 13.8 billion years. In this module you'll learn how Big History works, explore critical-thinking, how we know what we know, and learn about the first "3 Thresholds of Increasing Complexity", milestones around which Big History is organized, starting at the beginning of the Universe, space, time, and everything in existence.





We currently face unprecedented challenges on a global scale. These problems do not neatly fall into