Here’s my latest podcast with Layman Pascal wherein we discuss the idea that value itself can be understood as a form of interior energy that influences consciousness and culture. As described in chapters 5, 6 and 7 of Developmental Politics, value serves as the motivating power that attracts human interest and generates political will.
Also in the podcast, at 19:50, I comment on the recent unrest surrounding the murder of George Floyd:
“I think in general that progressivism is the most evolved large-scale form of culture that has yet to appear in the timeline of human history. But like all of these worldviews, it has positives and negatives. And as it accelerates, as it gains ground culturally, and hopefully eventually politically to some degree, the pathologies of progressivism are exposed. We can begin to see the pathologies of it—the destructive nature of it, the craziness, the totalitarianism of it—more clearly than ever before. … In this mode of the dialectic, [progressivism] is very much an antithesis, you know, it’s gaining traction by its own character of protest and rejection, which is a necessary step to hopefully a larger synthesis that can better include and make peace between these major worldviews.”
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I’ll be back at building the post-progressive political movement on Monday. But today I’m savoring our last backpacking trip of the year to Capitol Reef National Park. We hiked through the remote Halls Creek Narrows. At night the dense star cloud of the Milky Way covered the sky.
Since my book, Developmental Politics, came out March 1st, I’ve been busy building the Institute for Cultural Evolution (more on that soon). But due to the pandemic, I’ve also had a chance to spend a lot of time in the wilderness. Below are a few pics from our trips this year.
I’m pleased to be joining these progressive luminaries in the upcoming panel on “Conscious Business.” This panel discussion is part of Humanity’s Team's Global Oneness Summit. 10AM Pacific Time, October 21st, 2020. https://www.humanitysteam.org/2020-panels/conscious-business
Please allow me one more plug for our new *Conscious Leadership* book. I couldn’t resist a quick pic of the book on display at my local Whole Foods Market in Boulder.