I’m listening to Daniel Thorson’s conversation with Zak Stein today and feeling deeply receptive to it. Zak’s mention of McLuhan was particularly revelatory. It made me think of the loss/gain character of any new medium. New media extend us, but they also cut us off—like the car replacing the foot. Social media extends communication, but… Continue reading Integral as Participatory and Phenomenological
In this episode, I was joined by Gordon White, host of Rune Soup podcast, a show about magic, culture and the paranormal. Gordon is the author of The Chaos Protocols, Star.Ships, and Pieces of Eight: Chaos Magic Essays and Enchantment. Note: This episode was recorded before the new year, in December 2019. A “pre-COVID-19 tape”… Continue reading Entangled Myths for Planetary Flourishing, ft. Gordon White
Mutations truly go on! As we wade further into the murky complexities of the meta-crisis, I bring you an update from COVID-19 quarantine. This is a recording from 4/2/20. Part riff, part Q&A discussion with viewers as we explore how to navigate the “meta-crisis,” including helpful ways of looking the current world state and navigating… Continue reading #11. The Meta-Crisis and Transitioning to a “Steady State” Civilization – Q&A [Friday Solo Show]
I spoke with author, philosopher, and psychotherapist Mark Vernon about his 2019 book: A Secret History of Christianity: Jesus, the Last Inkling, and the Evolution of Consciousness.
As Gebser says, timing is knowing when to make happen and when to let happen.
The difficulty with talking about time is knowing when to begin. So, I might as well start with this, here. I’m working on a new book for Integral Imprint called Fragments of an Integral Futurism (202o), and have begun curating a humble bookshelf exploring, first of all, the origins of futurism itself. Franco “Bifo” Berardi’s… Continue reading 8. Building a Case for an “Integral Futurism” [Solo Show]