Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

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Our global civilization faces multiple systemic threats.

The inevitable deeply disruptive transition will lead…
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Most recent 20 Videos, Podcasts and Medium Posts

Most recent 15 Videos, Podcasts and Medium Posts

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Dive into a profound exploration of life and death through the lens of Buddhist and Stoic wisdom in this captivating short video! Discover practices that help you understand the dual …Read more

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 131 Medical Lysenkoism is the application of ideological, specifically Communist, doctrine to medicine, and it will kill tens of millions, maybe more, …Read more

The Now UTOKing video and blog series dives into the definition of key concepts in the grammar of the Unified Theory of Knowledge (UTOK). In this video, we explore the …Read more

“The second part in a series with Bonnitta Roy, exploring metaphysics and transcendental emergentism—and other ideas circling around Alexander’s new book Process and Event. With Special Guest Alexander Elung Subscribe …Read more

See this week’s event here: See the Si Series here: …Read more

Embark on a captivating journey to uncover the secrets of a meaningful life. What truly connects us to existence? Join @lexfridman and @johnvervaeke and delve into the profound world of …Read more

An attitude of hurry can seem appropriate when dealing with matters of great urgency, but one must be careful not to fall into old, familiar methodologies which don’t beget positive …Read more

From Episode #18: Too many archetypes Tom and Masha have opinions on the Gaza strip (not that one in the middle east), Greta Thunberg and on how to be an …Read more

Explore the fascinating concept of “thirst” in our souls and how it affects our well-being. Join @TheoVon and @johnvervaeke as they delve into the wisdom of nourishing our souls and …Read more

John Vervaeke and Jordan Hall dive into the intricate concept of hyperobjects, as conceptualized by philosopher Timothy Morton. The discussion revolves around the defining characteristics of hyperobjects, such as their …Read more

Shared Story of Value We’re challenged by existential risk, which requires global coordination. Because every existential risk which threatens our extinction is global. So we need global coordination— and global …Read more

On this week’s Daily Evolver Live, Ankur asked me to trace my own personal stage development through pivotal events in my life, starting with awakening self-consciousness in my crib, through …Read more

Tom and Andrew ramble about the subtle architecture of the mind. Subscribe to our Substack: Parallax: …Read more

In this enlightening episode, Patrick Deneen joins John Vervaeke to discuss the innovative approach to teaching philosophy at Chesterton Academy. Deneen delves into the integration of Vervaeke’s influential work, particularly …Read more

Full video: Get James Lindsay’s new book, The Marxification of Education: Support New Discourses: Follow New Discourses on other platforms: Follow James Lindsay: © 2023 …Read more

Where do you go to, to get wisdom? Comment on this Short, tell us and explore this fascinating question with @johnvervaeke and @TheoVon. …Read more

A year away from the US Presidential election, Ankur Delight and I ponder the spectre of Donald Trump being the odds-on favorite to win. Our muse this week is Rick …Read more

A conversation with Michal Halev, whose only son was murdered by Hamas on October 7. She tells the story of how she came to call for an end to vengeance. …Read more

On the transition from the postmodern to the metamodern worldview, Brendans new book Metamodernism: Or, The Cultural Logic of Cultural Logics, the relationsship between MM and systems-theory and how to …Read more

CosmoErotic Humanism: Transitional Objects, Evolving Scripts of Desire, and the New Human and the New Humanity | Dr. Marc Gafni #372 November 26, 2023 Clips used in this week’s episode: …Read more

The second part in a series with Bonnitta Roy, exploring metaphysics and transcendental emergentism—and other ideas circling around Alexander’s new book Process and Event. With Special Guest Alexander Elung Subscribe …Read more

Jim talks with Joy Hirsch about the findings in her paper “Separable Processes for Live ‘In-Person’ and Live ‘Zoom-like’ Faces,” which explores how humans respond at the neural level to …Read more

A year away from the US Presidential election, Ankur Delight and I ponder the spectre of Donald Trump being the odds-on favorite to win. Our muse this week is Rick …Read more

Douglas Rushkoff explains the differences between contemporary billionaires and their forebears — and why we should laugh and dismiss their increasingly bizarre behaviors.📰 You can read ‘We will coup whoever …Read more

Jim talks with recurring guest Ben Goertzel about the ideas in his paper “Generative AI vs. AGI: The Cognitive Strengths and Weaknesses of Modern LLMs.” They discuss the exponential acceleration …Read more

Playing for Team Human today, it’s Team Human! Douglas Rushkoff hosts the monthly Team Human call-in show from the community Discord server. This conversation was recorded on October 31, 2023.🌍 You …Read more

Is America really getting stupider? Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt makes the case in his influential essay in The Atlantic Magazine titled “Why the Past 10 Years of American Life Have …Read more

In this episode, I take another look at the movie Everything Everywhere All At Once in light of its popularity and controversy – including in the integral community. I also …Read more

Jim talks with Frank Lantz about the ideas in his new book, The Beauty of Games. They discuss Frank’s analysis of Benjamin Soule’s arcade game Serpentes, reflecting on the enjoyment of …Read more

Former Professor of Sustainability Leadership and author of Breaking Together: A Freedom-Loving Response To Collapse Jem Bendell tells us to stop pretending and learn how to navigate climate change through …Read more

On today’s Daily Evolver Live (every Thursday @ 10am PT on YouTube) Ankur and I discussed the new Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Mike Johnson. He’s a fundamentalist …Read more

If a debate isn’t about facts and arguments, what is it about? In this episode I look to a high school debate Tournament of Champions for the answer. As you …Read more

Founder of The International Bateson Institute, filmmaker, educator, and author of Combining Nora Bateson shares the sense, and sensibility, of true interdependence — and helps us muster the courage to …Read more

Jim talks with C. Owen Paepke in part three of a mini-series on the No Labels potential third-party presidential campaign. They discuss Owen’s early chemistry career, being without a political …Read more

Ankur Delight and I talk about the major new deal the UAW struck with the Big Three automakers in the US. The three pillars of the deal are 1) a …Read more

Jim talks with Jack Visnjic, aka Lantern Jack, about Polybius’s theory of anacyclosis and cyclical history. They discuss the origins of the name Lantern Jack, cyclical patterns in history, a …Read more

Author of Modern Occultism and historian of alternative spirituality Mitch Horowitz helps us launch the sigil that flips the script on civilization, itself. Live music by Steven Brent. This conversation …Read more

Jim talks with Paul Watson about his recent book Hit Man for the Kindness Club: High Seas Escapades and Heroic Adventures of an Eco-Activist. They discuss an early friendship with a …Read more

Jim talks with Ryan Clancy, the chief strategist for No Labels, in the second of a 3-part series exploring different aspects of the No Labels possible third-party presidential campaign. They …Read more

Douglas Rushkoff explains his decision to leave X, and all social media platforms, behind him in a first-of-its-kind monologue-only episode of Team Human. In his monologue, Rushkoff draws inspiration from …Read more

Cuisine — Crispy Grilled Pizza MargheritaBring the ingredients for your pizza outside and light the grill. Spending a summer evening eating grilled pizza with mozzarella, basil, and tomatoes is enjoyable and cool. …Read more

Birthing of Bioregional Learning Centers :: A Learning JourneyOne of our great challenges in the world today is learning how to live in place as part of the tapestry of living systems. …Read more

Caprese Pasta with Thai Basil — Vegetable SaladFor lunch on a hot day, try this light summery caprese pasta with Thai basil and lemon-flavored balsamic vinegar. …Read more

Do Brain Supplements Really Work?Cognitive performance is a dynamic aspect of brain function that relies on the efficiency of neurobiological processes and the structural integrity of the brain. Our mind performs …Read more

Pear and Gorgonzola Cheese Pizza — Main DishesHere’s an appetizer that’s exciting and unique! Fresh pears and Gorgonzola cheese star as unlikely cohorts in this wildly delicious flavor extravaganza! …Read more

Main Dishes — Seafood Lasagna with Crab and ShrimpCrab, shrimp, onion, and cream cheese are combined in a lasagna that is baked with Parmesan and Cheddar cheese on top. …Read more

Seafood — Game Day Halftime Snack BoardOn game day, it will be time for more snacking by halftime, so get ready with this elaborate and delectable snack board! …Read more

Soup — Wild Rice Soup VWild rice, ham, vegetables, chicken broth, and a hint of sweet Vermouth are combined to create a flavorful dish. …Read more

Vegetables — Red Swiss Chard with Pine Nuts and ProsciuttoA quick side dish with strong flavors, inspired by Italy, is made with Swiss chard that has been lightly cooked until wilted along …Read more

As scientists, medical practitioners, biohackers, and health-conscious creators we are deeply passionate about the latest studies and techniques to help optimize the quality of your life. When we find research …Read more

Cellular senescence is one of the twelve Hallmarks of Aging [1]; it is a characteristic of getting older in most organisms (including humans). Fisetin is one of a small group …Read more

Spicy Cucumber and Peanut Salad — SaladThis cucumber salad is bursting with flavor thanks to the peanuts, garlic, and green onions. All of it is combined in a spicy Asian chili-garlic sauce …Read more

Pulled BBQ Pork Poutine — Meat and PoultryMake this all-star Pulled BBQ Pork Poutine recipe that is topped off with delicious cheese curds and bread and butter pickles for the ultimate taste! …Read more

Cookies — No Bake Cookies without Peanut ButterThese no-bake cookies are made without peanut butter. This recipe requires just sugar, butter, milk, cocoa, oats, and vanilla for a quick treat. …Read more

Party Mix — Christmas Snack MixGiving this festive snack to friends, babysitters, paper carriers, music teachers, or coworkers during the holidays is so attractive in a decorative glass container. …Read more

Quick Creamy Zucchini Soup — Soups, Stews and ChiliThis creamy zucchini soup recipe is lightly seasoned with basil and black pepper. Get it on your table in about half an hour for a …Read more

Breakfast and Brunch — Frittata — Sweet Potato, Bacon, and Veggie SkilletStarted on the stovetop and finished in the oven, this one-skillet frittata with sweet potato, bacon, and veggies makes an easy dinner that requires …Read more

Salmon with Garlic-Butter Sauce — Seafood Main DishesThis quick and simple two-person baked salmon dish is ideal for a weeknight meal. …Read more

Soups, Stews and Chili — Italian Style Winter SoupIn need of winter soup recipes? This hearty soup is made with chicken stock, browned sausage, and heavy cream. With oregano, basil, and fresh parsley …Read more

Bacon Wrapped Hamburgers — BurgerThis is great! The bacon makes the hamburgers so tender! …Read more

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