Mutations explores latent futures in the radical present.
We inhabit a time between worlds, between times. What are the emergent pathways, visions, or, in a word, ‘mutations’ that help to realize habitable, planetary futures?
What forms of integrative thinking and being are required for this leap?
Author Jeremy Johnson (Seeing Through the World), host of the Mutations podcast and integral philosopher, explores these questions through dialogues, public research and writing, and community discussion.
Read “Three Theses on Liminality,” then listen to “Mutations, Imagination, and Futurability” to learn more.
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Jeremy is an author (Seeing Through the World: Jean Gebser and Integral Consciousness), publisher (Integral Imprint), managing editor (Integral Leadership Review), podcaster (Mutations) and integral philosopher. Jeremy has written as a contributing editor for Reality Sandwich magazine, OMNI, Disinformation, Evolve Magazine, and Kosmos Journal.
His academic research, writing, and publishing advocates new forays into integrative thinking and praxis—aligning the scholastic, poetic, and spiritual—as existentially crucial work for pathfinding in a time of planetary crisis.
Jeremy is working on his doctorate in the Philosophy of Religion at the California Institute of Integral Studies.
His second book, Fragments of an Integral Future (Integral Imprint) is forthcoming in late 2023.
Email him (below) to inquire about speaking at your next event:
jeremy (at) nuralearning (dot) com