Robert Zwijnenberg: Leonardo and Labyrinthine Thinking - 92Y, New York

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Robert Zwijnenberg: Leonardo and Labyrinthine Thinking

Apr 7, 2019

How did Leonardo think? And why and how is this of importance to us? I will explain Leonardo's labyrinthine way of thinking and argue why this way of thinking can help us to come to terms with the fact that we have created a world we cannot control.

This conversation was part of The Soul of Leonardo da Vinci: A symposium in celebration of the quincentenary of Leonardo’s death, with Hanna Arie-Gaifman, Jonathan Berger, Howard Morgan, Michael Kubovy, Israel Nelken, Barbara Tversky, Timothy Weaver, and Robert Zwijnenberg.

Co-Produced by the 92nd Street Y and Stanford University’s Symposium on Music and the Brain.
 


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