Title: The Making of Open Source Judaism
Open Source Judaism:
An exercise in religious autonomy inspired by the writings of Douglas Rushkoff
Judaism: Open, Closed, or Both?
So, two years has passed since the original publication of Nothing Sacred, and my long and hard-fought drive to argue that Judaism is an "open source" proposition.
Are we suggesting there is an Open Source Model, and that it is well defined? Is Open Source a Closed System? Or is Open Source a living example of an Open and Complex system, a really fuzzy one that we can or must embellish by interacting in its relational web?
Perhaps in just trying to understand our collaborative authorship relationship to OPEN SOURCE we will have bettered our resources for providing common talking points to discuss Anthropological, Historical and Living Culture (including Judaism, Human and specifically Jewish centric experiences).
Perhaps we could consider our discussion forum as the best test bed for developing the cross over, information protocol testing, processing compiler, operating system platform, nodal or neural associative network etc.
In tangent, has anyone seen, and wish to discuss the relevance of, the movie, 'What the Bleep do we really know?'... as another example for exploring catalytic cross cultural synthesis?
2005 04 12
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