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Join Me On My Developmental Philosophy Channel

Dear YouTube Subscribers, Thanks very much for your interest in my Steve McIntosh YouTube channel. I will continue to post videos here, but my main YouTube channel is found at: DEVELOPMENTAL PHILOSOPHY Developmental Philosophy The Developmental Philosophy Channel is led by philosopher Steve McIntosh, and supported by the Institute for Cultural Evolution nonprofit organization. Engage […]

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The Pursuit of Higher Ground

During our June gathering this coming Thursday, June 13, Rand Stagen will reveal why the root cause driving America apart today is not about race, class, or politics – it’s about worldviews. Attendees will be invited to map the three largest worldviews (sub-cultures) into “camps” and discover the power of the emerging field of what

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Steve McIntosh on Student Protests of the Israel-Hamas War

Steve reflects on the campus protests, observing the interplay between the protestors’ mixed motivations, which include both world-centric morality and ethnocentric morality. He discusses how the protests provide a window into the current state of the progressive postmodern worldview overall. He then concludes by observing that the liberation of the Palestinian people ultimately requires an

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Steve McIntosh on Student Protests of the Israel-Hamas War

Steve reflects on the campus protests, observing the interplay between the protestors’ mixed motivations, which include both worldcentric morality and ethnocentric morality. He discusses how the protests provide a window into the current state of the progressive postmodern worldview overall. He then concludes by observing that the liberation of the Palestinian people ultimately requires an

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Andrew Davis Ph.D. Presents The Cosmic Call of Value: Five Propositions

In next Wednesday’s Zoom group, Andrew Davis will present The Cosmic Call of Value: Five Propositions. Who are we? Why does anything at all exist? What is it that we should be up to in this universe? Through the elaboration of five propositions as “invitations for attention,” Andrew offers a philosophical reflection on value as

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Steve McIntosh Shares Themes of His Forthcoming Philosophy Book

In Wednesday’s Zoom group, Steve will share a key chapter from the philosophy book he is currently writing. This forthcoming book (as yet untitled) won’t be published until late next year, but Steve will provide a preview by discussing its central themes of noosphere evolution and humanity’s higher purpose. This talk will not be made available

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All Things Integral Q & A With Steve McIntosh, Jeff Salzman, and Carter Phipps

during my monthly Zoom group, we had a panel discussion with Jeff Salzman, Carter Phipps, and myself as panelists facilitated by Rigel Thurston. We asked community members to submit questions and were able to address eight of them during the session. 1. Robert Anderson asked: How can America evolve from our current cultural mix of

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Panel Discussion Featuring Jeff Salzman, Steve McIntosh, and Carter Phipps

This month, during my monthly Zoom group, we had a panel discussion with Jeff Salzman, Carter Phipps, and myself as panelists, facilitated by Rigel Thurston. Watch the full discussion here: https://youtu.be/55G7u4M5mKY?si=Db2T1hU815OCZnXX Questions from the community 1. Robert Anderson asked: How can America evolve from our current cultural mix of Traditional, Modern, & Progressive Worldviews, to an

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