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To The Best Of Our Knowledge
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In various cultures around the world, human identity cannot be separated from our nonhuman kin. The landscapes we call home — grasslands and forests, mountains and rocks, rivers and oceans — are shared by nonhuman beings who may be considered relatives. Age-old myths and modern science reinforce these kinship relationships. From forest ecology to the human microbiome, emerging research suggests that being human is a complicated journey made possible only by the good graces of our many companions. In partnership with the Center for Humans and Nature and with support from the Kalliopeia Foundation, To The Best Of Our Knowledge is exploring this theme of "kinship" in a special radio series. Leading scientists, philosophers and writers illuminate ways in which “personhood” transcends the human species and shows how kinship practices can deepen our care and respect for the more-than-human world.

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 23 ratings
  • Meaningful and engaging.

    Learning how to connect with the more-than-human world is perhaps the most important thing we can right now do on this planet. This podcast takes us on that journey in ways that avoid exotification of indigenous culture and keep it real.

    Apple Podcasts
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    clearandbright
    United States3 months ago
  • Great first episode…

    I enjoyed the first episode of “Kinship” on NPR One but wasn’t interested in the topics in the next couple of episodes. Then NPR One steps in with a bug that makes the app “follow” the show without me selecting to do so. Maybe I would follow the show in my own time but the app just doing it for me and I cannot unselect it is so frustrating.

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