Defined by the Greek as cunning intelligence mêtis is a rhetorical practice that is not widely recognized in twentieth-century scholarship, digital media, or pedagogy. The purpose of this project is to present the concept of metis for all audiences to understand, explore, and invoke. The implications for this technique are accessible for individuals, practitioners, educators, and researchers by interacting with multiple perspectives on mêtis within this piece.
In more words, what is mêtis?
What is mêtis?
Where do metis and technology intersect?
How would someone invoke metis?
It is over all such activities that mêtis presides.
--Detienne and Vernant
In the unique cases of these two women, there were rules for how to construct their credibility as professionals but they chose to disregard.
Scholarship used with permission from Dr. Ann Brady.
This section is a work in progress that will host questions surrounding the use of metis for good in a socially conscientious way.
Words on the creation of this piece: motivation, layout, and technology.