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Sherry Turkle — Keeping Secrets

This week on Good Faith Effort: Digital tech fundamentally shapes who we are. What does that mean in an era where all information is available to us at the click of a button? A conversation with MIT’s Turkle

Digital tech isn’t just another tool for humans to use, no different than a bow and arrow, or a fork. It fundamentally shapes who we are. So what do we do in an era where all information is available to us at the click of a button? Should we want to keep more things secret? Or are secrets debilitating things, and our task should be to find more productive ways to tell them?

At the heart of this remarkable conversation between Rabbi Lamm and MIT’s Sherry Turkle is the question of how to always tell the truth virtuously and faithfully.

About Good Faith Effort: The Hebrew Bible is every bit America’s moral founding document as the Constitution is our political founding document. Every week, Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm speaks with thinkers, writers, artists, and faith leaders to explore how the Bible continues to inform our lives today, from politics to psychology to pop culture, bringing Americans of different traditions and persuasions closer together as so much else threatens to pull us apart.

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