So what’s the question? The question is: “What the hell do we do now?” Consciousness (or more correctly, a lack of Consciousness) got us into the problem and Consciousness will get us out. Lack of Consciousness gets us into all sorts of problems. Believing we are limited, physical man who has a mind rather than … Continue reading “Consciousness is the answer” by Mike Zonta, H.W., M.
Rational ReligionRational Religion [TIMINGS BELOW] | In our interview with the “world’s most controversial scientist,” Rupert Sheldrake takes us on the journey of his life – from a sceptical undergraduate to a ground-breaking scientist. Rupert Sheldrake, who gave the famous ‘banned TED talk’, and recently seen on the Joe Rogan podcast and Russell Brand’s ‘Under … Continue reading Rupert Sheldrake Interview 2018 – Atheism, Spirituality & Consciousness | In Dialogue, Ep. 5
An expanding notion of what “consciousness” is could have profound repercussions By MATTHEW ROZSA PUBLISHED JULY 23, 2021 4:09PM (EDT) (salon.com) DNA, Atoms and particles (Getty Images/Yuichiro Chino) Dr. Martin Picard is an associate professor of behavioral medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, specializing in both psychiatry and neurology. Together, expertise in these two fields suits one well to understanding … Continue reading Panpsychism, the idea that inanimate objects have consciousness, gains steam in science communities
“Is consciousness enough? Of course not. Consciousness leads to other actions. If 99% did that, they wouldn’t be volunteering for the Army. That’s why Obama loves drones. That’s their dream. Their dream is to have a totally mechanized force that has no people in it ’cause Americans tend to get annoyed when their sons and … Continue reading Michael Parenti: Is Consciousness Enough?
The endless faces of the human psyche become a fascinating playground when it comes to Jungian archetypes. Used in storytelling and psychological methods and dream work, the countless numbers of archetypes provide a framework for the potential paths of the human hero. Jung outlined that each person should identify and work with twelve main archetypes … Continue reading The Seven Archetypes of Human Consciousness
August 30, 2020 (emergencemagazine.org) An Interview with Richard Powers In this extensive interview, Richard Powers discusses the kind of storytelling in which humans are not separate from the living world around them and how this inspired his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Overstory. We have to escape the life of commodity and replace it with the life of community. … Continue reading Kinship, Community, and Consciousness
August 19, 2020 (thecuriousitymanifold.com) All Posts Metaphysics Nature and Travel Consciousness nature Philip Goff Ralph Waldo Emmerson In June I wrote an essay for the online publication Erraticus titled Alone in one of Nature’s Threshold Places. In it I explored the idea that there may be something more to nature than just mere matter in conjunction with Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay Nature (1836). Near … Continue reading A World Filled with Consciousness: How Panpsychism Bridges the Gap Between Matter and Being
A Role For Consciousness David Hodgson pulls together his experience to understand experience. One of the great enduring mysteries of science lies in the question What does consciousness do? Or more specifically, What if anything is achieved by subjective conscious experiences, such as visual and auditory experiences, conscious thoughts, and feelings such as pain and hunger, that is not … Continue reading “A Role For Consciousness”
Physicist: Universe May Be a “Strange Loop” of Self-Simulating Consciousness A new hypothesis argues that the universe simulates itself into existence. JAKE ANDERSON (TMU) — When it comes to cosmology, astronomy, and physics, there is no shortage of off-the-wall arguments and hypotheses. While new discoveries from the early moments of the Big Bang and quantum and … Continue reading The Universe May Be a “Strange Loop” of Self-Simulating Consciousness
Philosophers and scientists have been at war for decades over the question of what makes human beings more than complex robots. The Guardian| Oliver Burkeman (getpocket.com) One spring morning in Tucson, Arizona, in 1994, an unknown philosopher named David Chalmers got up to give a talk on consciousness, by which he meant the feeling of being inside your … Continue reading Why Can’t the World’s Greatest Minds Solve the Mystery of Consciousness?