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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Oct 21

In this video, Corey Devos and I respond to a great question from a Daily Evolver listener: “What do we leave behind as we grow?” The post Bite Size: What To Leave Behind As We Evolve – 4 mins appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

In this video, Corey Devos and I respond to a great question from a Daily Evolver listener: “What do we leave behind as we grow?” The post Bite Size: What To Leave Behind As We Evolve – 4 mins appeared first on The Daily Evolver.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Apr 21

This week I explore an essay published in Israel’s newspaper Haaretz that The New York Times said “shook the Israeli left like an ideological bunker-busting bomb.” In it, Nissim Mizrachi, former head of the department of sociology and anthropology at Tel Aviv University, describes what he calls the blind spot of liberals, who, he says, “do not see themselves as ‘classifiable’ from the outside.” “I think the most blatant phenomenon in world politics today is the resounding defeat of the liberal vision,” Mizrachi says. “It’s a double breakdown: one involving the government, in the sense of the left’s inability to …

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This week I explore an essay published in Israel’s newspaper Haaretz that The New York Times said “shook the Israeli left like an ideological bunker-busting bomb.” In it, Nissim Mizrachi, former head of the department of sociology and anthropology at Tel Aviv University, describes what he calls the blind spot of liberals, who, he says, “do not see themselves as …

Post-Progressive Diversity – Integral Consciousness Busts Ideological Bunkers Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Apr 21

This week I explore an essay published in Israel’s newspaper Haaretz that The New York Times said “shook the Israeli left like an ideological bunker-busting bomb.” In it, Nissim Mizrachi, former head of the department of sociology and anthropology at Tel Aviv University, describes what he calls the blind spot of liberals, who, he says, “do not see themselves as ‘classifiable’ from the outside.” “I think the most blatant phenomenon in world politics today is the resounding defeat of the liberal vision,” Mizrachi says. “It’s a double breakdown: one involving the government, in the sense of the left’s inability to …

Post-Progressive Diversity – Integral Consciousness Busts Ideological Bunkers Read More »

This week I explore an essay published in Israel’s newspaper Haaretz that The New York Times said “shook the Israeli left like an ideological bunker-busting bomb.” In it, Nissim Mizrachi, former head of the department of sociology and anthropology at Tel Aviv University, describes what he calls the blind spot of liberals, who, he says, “do not see themselves as …

Post-Progressive Diversity – Integral Consciousness Busts Ideological Bunkers Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Mar 21

Good rationality demystifies the world and bad rationality disenchants it. This week I look at two examples of the casual blindness of mainstream culture to all things divine. 05:44 – Amy Dickenson, writer of the popular advice column “Ask Amy” counsels a woman who is offended that her sick husband’s caregiver offered to pray with him. 17:49 – In the essay, “My Generation Isn’t Suffering Enough,” a wise young writer looks at Gen Z (under 25 years old), and asks why they are so hopeless and sad. Along the way, I look at how a divine Other can be brought …

The Maladies of Mean Modernity – Anxiety and depression ravage a world of plenty Read More »

Good rationality demystifies the world and bad rationality disenchants it. This week I look at two examples of the casual blindness of mainstream culture to all things divine. 05:44 – Amy Dickenson, writer of the popular advice column “Ask Amy” counsels a woman who is offended that her sick husband’s caregiver offered to pray with him. 17:49 – In the …

The Maladies of Mean Modernity – Anxiety and depression ravage a world of plenty Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Mar 21

Good rationality demystifies the world and bad rationality disenchants it. This week I look at two examples of the casual blindness of mainstream culture to all things divine. 05:44 – Amy Dickenson, writer of the popular advice column “Ask Amy” counsels a woman who is offended that her sick husband’s caregiver offered to pray with him. 17:49 – In the essay, “My Generation Isn’t Suffering Enough,” a wise young writer looks at Gen Z (under 25 years old), and asks why they are so hopeless and sad. Along the way, I look at how a divine Other can be brought …

The Maladies of Mean Modernity – Anxiety and depression ravage a world of plenty Read More »

Good rationality demystifies the world and bad rationality disenchants it. This week I look at two examples of the casual blindness of mainstream culture to all things divine. 05:44 – Amy Dickenson, writer of the popular advice column “Ask Amy” counsels a woman who is offended that her sick husband’s caregiver offered to pray with him. 17:49 – In the …

The Maladies of Mean Modernity – Anxiety and depression ravage a world of plenty Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Feb 20

“Stages of development:” foe or friend? Listening to people “frustrated with developmental stages,” I’ve just realized: Only when the energy of the Green wave carries itself to its peak, only then will start the Teal wave emerging and growing the next stage of human consciousness into a society-shaping force. Early- and middle-Green are […]

“Stages of development:” foe or friend? Listening to people “frustrated with developmental stages,” I’ve just realized: Only when the energy of the Green wave carries itself to its peak, only then will start the Teal wave emerging and growing the next stage of human consciousness into a society-shaping force. Early- and middle-Green are […]


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