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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Mar 24

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 86 One of the most potent techniques dialectal wizards make use of is setting “affordance traps.” An affordance trap is a way to trap their targets into a very limited range of options (which are afforded to them), usually with the psychological effect of making it difficult or impossible to think of any other possibilities other than those offered. Breaking free of affordance traps is necessary to beating Woke Marxism and all other forms of dialectical manipulation. Join host James Lindsay for this episode of New Discourses Bullets to learn about this important topic. Additional episodes of New

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 86 One of the most potent techniques dialectal wizards make use of is setting “affordance traps.” An affordance trap is a way to trap their targets into a very limited range of options (which are afforded to them), usually with the psychological effect of making it difficult or impossible to think of any other possibilities other than


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Jan 24

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 79 A magic word for Woke Marxists and their shrewd handlers is “reflexivity.” Reflexivity is the energy that makes revolutions go. Most of us, since we’re not wizards who want to manipulate society to our own ends, don’t think in reflexive terms, and so we not only fail to recognize the use of reflexive political warfare tactics against us, we also tend to fall for them. In this episode of New Discourses Bullets, host James Lindsay introduces the concept of reflexivity. Join him to learn to recognize the building of reflexive potential, the explosion into a

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 79 A magic word for Woke Marxists and their shrewd handlers is “reflexivity.” Reflexivity is the energy that makes revolutions go. Most of us, since we’re not wizards who want to manipulate society to our own ends, don’t think in reflexive terms, and so we not only fail to recognize the use of reflexive political warfare


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Mar 22

Putin and the Power of Collective Action from Shared Awareness: A 12-Point Meditation on Our Current MomentPart I: The Social Grammar of DestructionIn this blog, I invite you to join me in a meditative journey on the current moment. We start with Putin’s war in Ukraine, unpack some of the deeper systemic forces at play, look at the emerging landscape of conflicting social fields, and conclude with what may well be the emerging superpower of 21st-century politics: our capacity to activate collective action from a shared awareness of the whole.1. Crossing the Threshold“The world will never be the same.” These are, according

Putin and the Power of Collective Action from Shared Awareness: A 12-Point Meditation on Our Current MomentPart I: The Social Grammar of DestructionIn this blog, I invite you to join me in a meditative journey on the current moment. We start with Putin’s war in Ukraine, unpack some of the deeper systemic forces at play, look at the emerging landscape of


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Mar 21

In ancient Jerusalem there was a gate called the Eye of the Needle which was so narrow that when a fully loaded camel approached it, all the bundles had to be removed so that the camel could pass through. Referring to this well-known image of his day, Jesus said, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.”This is what comes to mind as I contemplate images of the Ever Given stuck in the Suez Canal. Fully loaded with containers on their way from Asia

In ancient Jerusalem there was a gate called the Eye of the Needle which was so narrow that when a fully loaded camel approached it, all the bundles had to be removed so that the camel could pass through. Referring to this well-known image of his day, Jesus said, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 May 20

Read the article in Spanish — in Traditional Chinese — in German — in Italian — in JapaneseVisual by Kelvy BirdThree weeks ago, I posted some reflections on what we are learning from corona and climate action. Given that post’s wide circulation (150K+ views), I wanted to share a quick update. The concluding idea of the post — to launch an impromptu, global infrastructure for leaning into our current moment of disruption and letting this moment move us toward civilizational renewal — has quickly taken shape.GAIA — Global Activation of Intention and Action — was implemented only twelve days after a small core team first came up with the idea. Within twelve days, 10,000+ had signed up for this

Read the article in Spanish — in Traditional Chinese — in German — in Italian — in JapaneseVisual by Kelvy BirdThree weeks ago, I posted some reflections on what we are learning from corona and climate action. Given that post’s wide circulation (150K+ views), I wanted to share a quick update. The concluding idea of the post — to launch an impromptu, global infrastructure for leaning into our current moment of disruption


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