Timothy deVries came to Cardus after working as a social policy researcher in Toronto, undertaking work primarily for Ontario government ministries. Timothy began his career by teaching courses in art history and visual culture at OCAD University and transitioned into the research field after completing a project on the economic impact of Hamilton’s creative sector in 2007. Read More ›Bio last modified July 9th, 2019.
From the political stage to our neighbourhood backyards, we are a culture saturated with second-guessing the intentions of others. But as Convivium contributor Timothy DeVries argues, intention-guessing can be a trap unless we’re ready to assess against the true, the good, and the beautiful.
Critiquing Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg’s self-help book Option B, Cardus grants associate Timothy deVries suggests the best response to personal criticism is to conduct ourselves with words and acts that love and honour God.
Our uneasiness about artificial intelligence, Convivium contributor Timothy deVries argues, stems in large measure from forgetting that it’s only ever a proxy for the intelligence of those humans who create it.