Society & Culture:Philosophy
Erik Hoel studies consciousness & emergence as a research assistant professor at Tufts University. Since growing up in his family-owned bookstore, he’s also a magnificent writer.
We discuss consciousness, two of his essays - Fiction in the Age of Screens, and Enter the Supersensorium - why Freud was the best thing to ever happen to television, meditation, and why rediscovering a sense of snobbery might define the meta-modern move.
Scaling Selfhood: Collective Intelligence from Cells to Economies, with Michael Levin
Meditation & Predictive Processing: Ruben Laukkonen
Digital Capitalism to Acid Communism, with Emma Stamm
Unselfing: Philosophy of Psychedelics w/ Chris Letheby
Consciousness & Fiction: Erik Hoel
Capitalism & the Self: Barnaby Raine
Katherine Gibson: Self-Transformation for Post-Capitalism
Julie Nelson: What If Capitalism Isn't the Problem?
Ben Hunnicutt: Leisure, the (Forgotten) Basis of American Progress
Michael Brooks: Politics and Consciousness
Gustav Peebles: Reclaiming Adam Smith & Splenetic Philosophy
Glen Weyl: The Myth of Individualism, Radical Markets, New Societies
Peter Frase: Futures of Democratic Socialism & Free Time
Alex Williams: Where Did The Future Go? Power in Complex Economies
John Vervaeke: The Cognitive Science of Capitalist Realism
Karl Widerquist: The Basic Income Episode
Zak Stein: 13 Social Miracles for a Time Between Worlds
Andrew Taggart: Total Work and Finding a New Existential Center
Ron Purser: Beyond McMindfulness
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