November 2022

Ethics and the Queer World of Quantum Mechanics

The Burden of Meaning Making Traditionally, for hundreds of years, religion was the source of ethics, the unquestioned authority on how to live and act. In the secular West today, in case you hadn’t noticed, this is no longer the case. The burden of meaning-making is now firmly on our own shoulders. The primary reasons for this are the triumph

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A Value System is Not a Personal Opinion

In this video, Venkatesh Rajan, a former journalist, educator, thinker, and currently organic farmer, explores the impact colonial thinking and its legacy of imitation has had and continues to have on every aspect of Indian life – its culture and its economic, political and education systems. “How can a nation of imitators produce anything that is good or original?” he

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Ethics and the Queer World of Quantum Mechanics

The Burden of Meaning Making Traditionally, for hundreds of years, religion was the source of ethics, the unquestioned authority on how to live and act. In the secular West today, in case you hadn’t noticed, this is no longer the case. The burden of meaning-making is now firmly on our own shoulders. The primary reasons for this are the triumph

Read More

A Value System is Not a Personal Opinion

In this video, Venkatesh Rajan, a former journalist, educator, thinker, and currently organic farmer, explores the impact colonial thinking and its legacy of imitation has had and continues to have on every aspect of Indian life – its culture and its economic, political and education systems. “How can a nation of imitators produce anything that is good or original?” he

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