In this episode, Kris and I continue our discussion of empathy. We start off by talking about Spinoza's Ethics, then we cover the ideas of understanding our claws, violence and the sacred, personal sovereignty, response-ability, knowing what day it is, and Peter Singer's tithe.
Kris tells a great story about a group of Muslims and a Buddhist monk in Kuala Lumpur, which leads to a dive into the etymology of "alms."
How do we break the edicts handed down to us from the modern managerial caste? How do we learn to understand people as the complex, contradictory individuals they are?
There must be some kind of way out of here.
NO COUNTRY - In Search of Genius (Part 3)
NO COUNTRY - In Search of Genius (Part 2)
NO COUNTRY - In Search of Genius (Part 1)
NO COUNTRY - Heretical Science and Dangerous Ideas
SOUND COLLABORATION - Loves
NO COUNTRY - On the Shadows of Ideas
NO COUNTRY - This Way to the Egress
NO COUNTRY - Wonder Strikes Back
NO COUNTRY - The Joyful Skeptic
NO COUNTRY - The Beautiful Monsters of Dream
NO COUNTRY - The Problem of the Frame
NO COUNTRY - Current Affairs
NO COUNTRY - The Secret Face of Empathy
NO COUNTRY - There Is No Place That Does Not See You
136 - Sean Kilpatrick
NO COUNTRY - Don't Let Satan Draw You Too Fast
NO COUNTRY - The Dance Language of Beasts
NO COUNTRY - The Throne of the Third Heaven
NO COUNTRY - On the Spectrum
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