Dino Karaberg of The University of Oslo and Knowledge Federation


Two decades ago, with a doctorate in algorithm theory from a good American university and a tenured position at the University of Oslo, Dino Karabeg got an inkling of an uncommon academic challenge: That for a variety of reasons, both pragmatic and fundamental, a distinctly different approach to knowledge may now be called for. An academic opportunity followed: To develop something roughly analogous to Euclid’s geometry — an elegant system of principles, methods and ideas, which might play a role in a new stage of our cultural evolution, through which solutions to our seemingly hopeless problems could naturally emerge.


Polyscopy — a Paradigm Proposal, Dino will attempt to introduce enough of the resulting ideas to inspire a good conversation.