Life is a brief moment of consciousness bookended on both ends by complete oblivion. If sentience devolves into tedium, we’re doing it wrong.
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What is philosophy after the internet? On the ecology of consciousness...
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With time, most lives become containers themselves, holding our bandwidth of experience and attention into particular patterns, particular sets of routine activities, particular habits of daydreaming, posture, and breathing.
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Is the universe infinite, or just really big? Either way, it doesn’t make any sense, and we're just confused, sentient skin-bags.
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Modernity is eroding our capacity for leisure, intangibly impoverishing our livelihood. A leisurely revolution might help reclaim freedom from compulsion.
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What more could awakening be than an ever-present gratitude for the startling fact that we’re here at all, awake to life rather than asleep in nothingness?
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A tapestry woven of consciousness, philosophy, psychedelics, culture, and capitalism, all in service of seeing philosophy as an ongoing practice for rebirth
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The shrimp's mystery is chilled oxygen coursing through my veins, reinvigorating my nervous system; my sense of being alive reopens to impossible horizons
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I suspect we’ve learned to savor the fragmentary surges and jolts of experiences, rather than the neutral, ever-present, miraculous fact of experience itself...
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Truth without practice is impotent, and practice without truth is blind - an essay on discerning what 'works' to enrich our lives...
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