86. Dean Myron Steeves on Redeeming Time in an Age of Efficiency

“The efficiency brought by new forms of technology has just made us demand more of one another,” says Myron Steeves, dean of Trinity Law School. “Our important innovations sometimes give us the opposite of what we desire.”

In this episode, Dean Steeves and Mike Schutt explore the topic of technology and the tyranny of time. If advances in technology and greater efficiency in our lives don’t make us better people all by themselves, why do we keep chasing them as ends in and of themselves? Is too much of a good thing still good? Join the conversation as they ask these questions and others! 

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