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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

I’m delighted to announce that this wonderful woman, Aurora Quinn-Elmore, just finished the production of the audio version of Nordic Ideology. It will be available on audible in a week, inshallah. Aurora has also produced the audio version of The Listening Society which is voiced by no other than Richard Pshock. If you haven’t already listening to it, there’s no better time than now. You can find your country relevant link to the audiobook here: https://metamoderna.org/audiobook-the-listening-society/

I’m delighted to announce that this wonderful woman, Aurora Quinn-Elmore, just finished the production of the audio version of Nordic Ideology. It will be available on audible in a week, inshallah. Aurora has also produced the audio version of The Listening Society which is voiced by no other than Richard Pshock. If you haven’t already listening to it, there’s no …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

The argument I wish to make in the following is not that civil wars and violent crime lead to higher political order. But, if violence in society is successfully contained, its energies channeled into discourse, it is the very differences of people’s interests, ideologies, and perspectives that push new forms of political reality into being. So, what we have increasingly come to discuss as the “polarization” of society and its political landscape is not only a bad thing. Yes, it’s a bad thing when a zombie hoard of Proud Boys bloodthirstily shuffle through The Capitol bellowing Nancy Pelosi’s name. But …

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The argument I wish to make in the following is not that civil wars and violent crime lead to higher political order. But, if violence in society is successfully contained, its energies channeled into discourse, it is the very differences of people’s interests, ideologies, and perspectives that push new forms of political reality into being. So, what we have increasingly …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qM_71pPO3Ao A pretty good conversation on different strands of metamodernism — 3 different theorists (Greg Dember, Lene Andersen, and Daniel Gortz) interviewed by Jonathan Rowson. Originally meant for Rebel Wisdom but published on Perspectiva.What is Metamodernism and Why does it matter?www.youtube.comThis event was a Rebel Wisdom member’s event that was passed on to Perspectiva to share on its channel.Some of the sources mentioned are listed below and lin…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qM_71pPO3Ao A pretty good conversation on different strands of metamodernism — 3 different theorists (Greg Dember, Lene Andersen, and Daniel Gortz) interviewed by Jonathan Rowson. Originally meant for Rebel Wisdom but published on Perspectiva.What is Metamodernism and Why does it matter?www.youtube.comThis event was a Rebel Wisdom member’s event that was passed on to Perspectiva to share on its channel.Some of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

Can ecology be used for degrowth? Now, appealing as this sounds, it should be pointed out that ecology—as a science—is a considerably harsher one than economics. The word sounds nicer, but a quick comparison of textbooks of the subjects reveal that while, yes, economics focuses significantly on competition, ecology does so to a yet greater extent, and also callously studies bifurcation diagrams of populations (which is a nice way of saying, when most die off in a horrible collapse, before they grow back, and repeat), and it also features words like predators and parasites, which are hardly mentioned in economics. …

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Can ecology be used for degrowth? Now, appealing as this sounds, it should be pointed out that ecology—as a science—is a considerably harsher one than economics. The word sounds nicer, but a quick comparison of textbooks of the subjects reveal that while, yes, economics focuses significantly on competition, ecology does so to a yet greater extent, and also callously studies …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

When people are networking, they’re often on the lookout for people to collaborate with—or, more specifically, they’re looking for people to recruit for this brilliant once-in-a-century project of theirs. The only problem: so is everyone else. As a newcomer, you’ll quickly discover that everyone has a project—a project they for mysterious reasons think to be just as much the center of the universe as your own. As such, when people are networking, the polite thing is, of course, to hear the other person out and learn about their project and do a lot of nodding. Oftentimes though, the problem is …

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When people are networking, they’re often on the lookout for people to collaborate with—or, more specifically, they’re looking for people to recruit for this brilliant once-in-a-century project of theirs. The only problem: so is everyone else. As a newcomer, you’ll quickly discover that everyone has a project—a project they for mysterious reasons think to be just as much the center …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

Whenever everyday people start asking themselves the question… – “Wait a minute, if people of yesteryear did all sorts of things we find barbaric, from keeping slaves to public flogging, what might future civilizations be equally appalled by in our age?” … they almost inevitably come up with some version of: “Well, it’s probably something about how we treat non-human animals”. It probably is. In the article below I explain why the current Animal Rights movement is failing, and why we need a new updated, metamodern, Animal Rights movement. The Four Pillars of Metamodern Animal Rights aka. How to Prevent …

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Whenever everyday people start asking themselves the question… – “Wait a minute, if people of yesteryear did all sorts of things we find barbaric, from keeping slaves to public flogging, what might future civilizations be equally appalled by in our age?” … they almost inevitably come up with some version of: “Well, it’s probably something about how we treat non-human …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

“In their first-ever conversation on the topic together, Daniel Görtz and Nora Bateson join me to talk about stage theory. Since Nora’s social media post declaring developmental stage theories “BS” and “colonial as hell,” the value and legitimacy of stage models has been a fervent topic of debate within the liminal web. In this conversation, Daniel and Nora are given space to more completely express their opinions on the topic before engaging with one another directly in discussion/debate in an attempt to gain a deeper appreciation and integration of one another’s views. A long-anticipated interaction, and, by the sound of …

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“In their first-ever conversation on the topic together, Daniel Görtz and Nora Bateson join me to talk about stage theory. Since Nora’s social media post declaring developmental stage theories “BS” and “colonial as hell,” the value and legitimacy of stage models has been a fervent topic of debate within the liminal web. In this conversation, Daniel and Nora are given …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jul 22

TEXT This is a text which I have written and am now publishing on social media. There is no apparent reason, no deeper meaning behind it. The text reaches for nothing, seeks to achieve nothing, is devoid of other meaning than pointing towards its own vulgar meaninglessness and absurdity. I challenge readers to view the text without irony, humor, or that twinkle in the eye. There is none. The text flows out of pure emptiness, as subatomic particles flicker past the threshold of existence in complete vacuum. Absurdities are often equated with jokes — in fact, in this very moment, …

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TEXT This is a text which I have written and am now publishing on social media. There is no apparent reason, no deeper meaning behind it. The text reaches for nothing, seeks to achieve nothing, is devoid of other meaning than pointing towards its own vulgar meaninglessness and absurdity. I challenge readers to view the text without irony, humor, or …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 May 22

Consider the following critiques of our growing tendency to long for the indigenous: – There is always a risk of “appropriating” the indigenous cultures, meaning that the unique identities and expressions of these become part of our larger, commercialized systems, which in turn can harm the self-distinction and dignity of minorities. – If tribal cultures are fetishized, large swathes of majority populations will “want something” from them, and this something may not even be there to begin with. This can be excruciating and frustrating. – Our longing for the indigenous can often be expressed as “token” representation, either through musical …

Consider the following critiques of our growing tendency to long for the indigenous:
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Consider the following critiques of our growing tendency to long for the indigenous: – There is always a risk of “appropriating” the indigenous cultures, meaning that the unique identities and expressions of these become part of our larger, commercialized systems, which in turn can harm the self-distinction and dignity of minorities. – If tribal cultures are fetishized, large swathes of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 May 22

– Greater collective intelligence will tend towards fewer people more deeply involved in more multi-perspectival and disinterested (because we select also neutral representatives) processes of deliberation in councils, with a greater emphasis on the quality of the communicative process. The development of new systems of governance are evaluated on the basis of collective intelligence, not “democracy” in and of itself. – Such councils will in turn create an increasingly complex meshwork of cross-influence, hence converging on a deeper and deeper coherence, without there being one central authority that forces them in line. – And such councils will be committed to …

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– Greater collective intelligence will tend towards fewer people more deeply involved in more multi-perspectival and disinterested (because we select also neutral representatives) processes of deliberation in councils, with a greater emphasis on the quality of the communicative process. The development of new systems of governance are evaluated on the basis of collective intelligence, not “democracy” in and of itself. …

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