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This content was posted on  4 Feb 19  by   Daniel Thorson  on  Podcast
Jeremy Lent – Maps of Meaning for a World in Crisis

In this episode I’m speaking with Jeremy Lent. Jeremy is the author of ‘The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity’s Search for Meaning’ and the found of the Liology Institute, which has the aim of fostering a worldview that will enable humanity to thrive sustainably on this planet.

Jeremy and I chat about how our world is the product of the success of certain cognitive patterns, how we can change reality by changing our metaphors, what it means to become conscious of the meaning we make out of the world, and how we can adapt our own meaning-making structures to accord with the existential nature of the Anthropocene.

Jeremy on the web: //

Jeremy’s Article on Yuval Harari

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