Stanford Computer Science Professor great, Don Knuth on faith / religion - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPpk-1btGZk … To WUaS /Religious_Studies /Evolution /Science /Computing_History at WUaS
Stanford Computer Science Professor great on faith https://t.co/FhJS1ZV7AM To WUaS /Religious_Studies /Evolution /Science / Computing_Hist— scottmacleod (@scottmacleod) March 30, 2017
Interesting Stanford - MIT STEM comparative ethos ethnography here in these videos, too ... since he spent time there
Donald Knuth - My advice to young people (93/97)
Don mentions explicitly his loving, caring family and Lutheran schools (in which his father was a teacher) which nurtured him ... and which seem to have informed his teaching at Stanford.
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I've watched / heard a number of Don's talks here recently, and see his thinking as emerging from the 1960s - and HIPPIE THINKING - and Stanford forward to the present ...
Navigating what I'll call California chaotic alternative/countercultural challenges of what might have emerged emotionally in the context of Stanford out of the 1960s - and with his Lutheran religious beliefs - in his career as a Stanford Computer Science professor is also interesting to think about further.