Emerge: Making Sense of What's Next

Emerge: Making Sense of What's Next

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A podcast based inquiry into the next phase of the human experiment. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support


Rebel Wisdom // Future Thinkers // Emerge - Making Sense of the Sensemaking Web
Oct 14 • 85 min
David Fuller, Mike Gilliland and I spend time jamming on the conversational space that we have been participating in, and attempt to make sense of where this all might be going… —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
Ronan Harrington - Extinction Rebellion: Collective Sacrifice and Metamodern Praxis
Oct 3 • 70 min
This week I’m speaking with Ronan Harrington about Extinction Rebellion. We talk about the strategic dilemmas of Extinction Rebellion, and how it functions as a practical exploration of metamodern theory. Previous Emerge episode with Ronan We chat about:…
Guy Sengstock - Circling Towards Meaningfulness & Collective Intelligence
Sep 23 • 80 min
In this episode I’m speaking with Guy Sengstock. Guy is the creator/discoverer of Circling, a relational meditation practice that is quickly spreading across the world. In this conversation, we cover such topics as: - Guy’s take on what Circling is - How…
Zak Stein - Metapsychology, Soul, and Collapse (Pt. 2)
Sep 17 • 55 min
In this episode, I’m speaking with writer, educator and futurist Zak Stein. We discuss ‘Metapsychology’, Zak’s attempt to answer the question ‘what is the human?’ brought up in our previous conversation about a vision for metamodern education. This is…
Zak Stein - Metapsychology, Soul, and Collapse (Pt. 1)
Sep 10 • 64 min
In this episode I’m speaking once again with writer, educator and futurist Zak Stein. We discuss ‘Metapsychology’, Zak’s attempt to answer the question ‘what is the human?’ brought up in our previous conversation about a vision for metamodern education.…
Future Thinkers - Cultivating Human Sovereignty
Sep 2 • 61 min
Today on Emerge I’m speaking with Euvie Ivanova and Mike Gilliland, hosts of the Future Thinkers podcast. In this conversation we explore the concept of Sovereignty, how we are practicing it in our lives, and why it’s such a significant tool in service of…
Mette Böll - Cultivating Generative Social Fields
Aug 26 • 66 min
This week I’m speaking with Mette Böll (Boell). Mette is a biologist by training, specializing in the evolution of complex social systems, mammalian play behavior and philosophy of nature. Mette has a Ph.D. in organizational ethology from the Center for…
Christopher Life - OneNation: An Omni-Win US Political Party
Aug 12 • 93 min
This week I’m speaking with Christopher Life. Christopher Life is the founder of OneNation, a new American political party dedicated to installing an all-win paradigm and rebirthing our democratic systems. Christopher and I talk about systems change as…
Daniel Schmachtenberger - Utopia or Bust: Designing a Non Self-Terminating Civilization
Aug 5 • 86 min
This week I’m speaking with Daniel Schmachtenberger. Daniel is a social engineer and evolutionary philosopher and strategist. He is the Founder of Critical Path Institute, The Emergence Project, and Co-Founder of The Neurohacker Collective. You can find…
State of the DAO Panel Discussion
Jul 29 • 94 min
This week I am joined by Danilo Vaz, Stratis Karad, Jocelyn, and Felipe Duarte to explore all things Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs). We talk about what DAOs are and why they are significant, where the space is at (and what it’s evolving…
Joe Edelman - Designing Systems for Human Flourishing
Jul 22 • 70 min
Joe Edelman is a philosopher, social scientist, designer, and founder of Human Systems, a global community for those redesigning institutions and social spaces so as to better support meaningful lives and human values. In this conversation we discuss why…
Tom Murray - Wisdom Skills
Jul 16 • 91 min
In this conversation Tom Murray and I explore Tom’s model of ‘Wisdom Skills’. In this model Wisdom Skills are made up of both the movement of complexification and development (ascending), and the movement of simplicity and subtraction (descending). We…
Bayo Akomolafe - The Insurgency of the Invisible
Jul 8 • 76 min
Today I’m speaking with Bayo Akomolafe. Bayo is a an academic, poet and philosopher who dedicates his life to mediating between the spiritual and the scientific. He is the Executive Director and Chief Curator for The Emergence Network, and the author of…
Bonnitta Roy - Six Ways to Go Meta
Jul 1 • 92 min
Today on the show I’m speaking with Bonnitta Roy about her presentation ‘Six Ways to Go Meta’. We cover such topics as what it mean to ‘go meta’, why the anthropocene is driving humans to discover new ways of ‘going meta’, how deconstructing our…
Zak Stein - The Meta-Crisis is a Human Development Crisis: Education in a Time Between Worlds
Jun 24 • 75 min
Today’s conversation is with Zak Stein. Zak is a writer, educator and futurist working to bring a greater sense of sanity and justice to education. This recording was made in person at Zak’s house in Northern Vermont. We chat about why the meta-crisis is…
Intermission with Both/And - Podcasting as a Spiritual Practice
Jun 13 • 75 min
An inside baseball podcast about podcasting with Jason Snyder and Jared Janes of the Both/And podcast. We chat about what we are seeing in the emerging [metamodern/metasystematic/metarational] subculture, skillful disagreement, and how podcasting can be a…
Dr. Douglas Tataryn - Emotions in Meditation and Human Development
May 20 • 88 min
This week I’m speaking with Dr. Douglas Tataryn. Doug has created an elegant and effective system for emotional healing and understanding. This work makes insights from years of study and practice as a clinical psychologist accessible to the everyone. In…
Catherine McGee - Soulmaking in Collapse
May 13 • 89 min
My guest today is Catherine McGee. Catherine has been teaching Insight Meditation retreats internationally since 1999, and since 2014 has been collaborating with Rob Burbea in shaping and teaching the Soulmaking Dharma. In this conversation we explore how…
Jeremy Johnson - Jean Gebser & Mutating Consciousness in the Anthropocene
May 6 • 70 min
Todays guest is Jeremy Johnson. Jeremy is the author of the new book ‘Seeing Through the World: Jean Gebser and Integral Consciousness’. Jeremy is also the host of the wonderful Mutations podcast, and the editor of the anthology Mutations: Art,…
John Vervaeke - The Meaning Crisis
Apr 29 • 85 min
Today’s guest is John Vervaeke, PhD. John is an award-winning lecturer at the University of Toronto in the departments of psychology, cognitive science and Buddhist psychology. John joins Emerge to discuss the meaning crisis, it’s consequences, and how we…
Skinner Layne - Embracing Collapse: Transforming Tragedy into Meaningfulness
Apr 22 • 99 min
My guest today is Skinner Layne. Skinner is the founder of Exosphere, a learning & problem-solving community and startup laboratory. We talk about how collapse is woven into the DNA of our system, how those who grew up in the modern west are equivalent to…
Making Sense of Jem Bendell and Vinay Gupta with Bonnitta Roy
Apr 18 • 38 min
A short making sense episode with frequent guest of the show Bonnitta Roy. We have a chat about the recent episodes with Jem Bendell and Vinay Gupta, and how what new paths forward may lie in the wake of the collapse narrative. —- Support this podcast:…
Making Sense of Jem Bendell and Vinay Gupta with Peter Park
Apr 15 • 28 min
A short making sense episode with friend and fellow monastic Peter Park. We have a chat about the recent episodes with Jem Bendell and Vinay Gupta, and how the idea of collapse is playing out in our own lives. —- Support this podcast:…
Vinay Gupta - Waking Up in the Monster Factory (pt. 2)
Apr 8 • 70 min
This episode’s guest is Vinay Gupta (@leashless). Vinay is the founder of Mattereum, the creator of the hexayurt, and part of the team that launched the Ethereum project. Vinay is also a deep spiritual practitioner, and in this two part episode we explore…
Vinay Gupta - Waking Up in the Monster Factory (pt. 1)
Apr 1 • 55 min
This episode’s guest is Vinay Gupta (@leashless). Vinay is the founder of Mattereum, the creator of the hexayurt, and part of the team that launched the Ethereum project. Vinay is also a deep spiritual practitioner, and in this two part episode we explore…
Dr. Jem Bendell - The Meaning and Joy of Inevitable Social Collapse
Mar 25 • 72 min
Today I’m speaking with Dr. Jem Bendell. Jem exploded onto the internet with the release of his ‘Deep Adaptation’ paper, which has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times. The paper makes a very persuasive argument for what Dr. Bendell calls…
Check-in & Update
Mar 18 • 6 min
No guest today, instead a short check-in and update about Emerge and the life of Daniel. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
David Fuller - Rebel Wisdom, The Intellectual Dark Web & The Future of Media
Mar 11 • 71 min
Today’s guest is David Fuller, founder of Rebel Wisdom. We talk about Jordan Peterson, the inspiration (and synchronicities) behind the founding of Rebel Wisdom, David’s most recent thinking on what the teleology of the Intellectual Dark Web, the emerging…
Miki Kasthan - The Inseparability of Psychological and Social Transformation
Mar 4 • 84 min
In this episode I’m speaking with Miki Kashtan. Through her work with Nonviolent Communication, movement building, and organization design, Miki speaks into the intersection of social and psychological transformation with a rare blend of pragmatic…
Paul Krafel - The World Healing Game of Upward Spirals
Feb 25 • 72 min
My conversation today is with naturalist and author Paul Krafel. We talk about why you shouldn’t go with the flow, how to discover opportunities for generative service in all domains of life, how to use multiple perspectives to see in ‘3D’, the game of…
Nick Jankel - Post-Identity Tribalism in Culture War 2.0
Feb 18 • 75 min
Nick Seneca Jankel is an author, professional speaker, leadership futurist, and philosopher. His recent book, Spiritual Atheism, reconciles spiritual and contemplative experience with science into a robust ‘human operating system’. I reached out to Nick…
Jeremy Lent - Maps of Meaning for a World in Crisis
Feb 4 • 83 min
In this episode I’m speaking with Jeremy Lent. Jeremy is the author of ‘The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity’s Search for Meaning’ and the found of the Liology Institute, which has the aim of fostering a worldview that will enable…
Robert MacNaughton - Learnings from the Life and Death of the Integral Center
Jan 28 • 69 min
In this conversation I’m speaking with Robert McNuaghten. Robert was the founder and executive director of the Integral Center in Boulder Colorado from it’s birth in 2013 until it’s recent closure at the end of 2018. We chat about the shadow side of…
James Surwillo - Metamodern Leadership and Millennial Heroics
Jan 21 • 71 min
James Surwillo joins me in conversation this week to talk about his book ‘Metamodern Leadership: A History of the Seven Values That Will Change the World’. We discuss the unique role of the millennial generation, evolving cultural value sets, the…
Miles Bukiet - Monasteries of the Future
Jan 14 • 57 min
Miles Bukiet joins Emerge this week to talk about his paper ‘Monasteries of the Future’. We talk about the role of monasteries in the emerging future, the cultural significance of monasteries as an institution that demonstrates alternative ways of being…
Ria Baeck - Emergent Collective Practice and Applied Presence
Dec 24, 2018 • 78 min
In this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Ria Baeck. Ria is a visionary practitioner in the domain of group process, facilitation, and collaboration, having spent many decades discovering how to manifest collective potential in order to meet the complex…
Joachim Stroh - Collective Sensemaking and Presence in Digital Spaces
Dec 17, 2018 • 70 min
On this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Joachim Stroh. Joachim is the co-founder of Change Agents Worldwide and the creator of the Social Ledger — a meta-protocol for creating cooperative digital spaces. We touch on topics such as collective…
Jared Janes - Stream Entry, Philosophy and the Terror of Getting What You Want
Dec 13, 2018 • 67 min
In this episode I’m speaking with Jared Janes (@jaredjanes). Jared is the host of the Impactful Podcast, as well as a friend and off-air interlocuter. We share many interests in common, from meditation and philosophy to diet and productivity hacking. In…
Gail Bradbrook - Extinction Rebellion
Dec 11, 2018 • 60 min
On this episode, I’m speaking with Gail Bradbrook. Gail is a founder of Extinction Rebellion, one of the most exciting political movements on the planet right now (IMO). Extinction Rebellion is a group that believes that time has run out to address the…
Peter Park - (Meta)Modern Monasticism and Existential Risk
Dec 3, 2018 • 75 min
In this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Peter Park. Peter is a teacher and Assistant Director at the Monastic Academy in Lowell, Vermont. Peter and I talk about what a ‘modern monastery is’, the choice between comfort and truth, the role of monastic…
Peter Limberg - Memetic Tribes, Culture War 2.0, and the Perils of Grey Pilling
Nov 26, 2018 • 61 min
In this episode, I’m speaking with Peter Limberg. Peter is the creator of the Intellectual Explorers Club in Toronto, CA as well as co-author of ‘Memetic Tribes and Culture War 2.0’, a recent medium article that has been very popular in my odd corner of…
Nora Bateson - Awakening Interdependence and Evolving Systems with Warm Data
Nov 19, 2018 • 73 min
Nora Bateson is a Filmmaker, writer, educator, lecturer and President of the International Bateson Institute. In this conversation we discuss how systems learn and evolve, the importance of moving between contexts, how our dreams of incremental change…
John Michael Greer - The Kek Wars: How Chaos Magic Influenced the 2016 US Presidential Election
Nov 12, 2018 • 75 min
In this episode John Michael Greer and I discuss his ‘Kek Wars’ article series on how the Chans used magick to influence the 2016 elections. We talk about political campaigns as magical performance, 4chan as the collective unconscious of the internet, the…
Zak Stein - A Metaphysics of Love for a Time Between Worlds
Oct 29, 2018 • 82 min
On this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Zak Stein. Zak is a writer, educator, and futurist working to bring a greater sense of sanity and justice to education (and beyond). Zak joins me on the show to speak about his recent paper in the Integral…
Adam Robbert - Breaking the Binary of Theory & Practice
Oct 25, 2018 • 73 min
In this conversation Adam Roberts (@knowledgeecology) and I explore the idea of philosophical inquiry as perceptual transformation. We talk about the relationship between conceptuality and perception, the contemplative practice that Descartes used to…
Terry Patten - Integral Theory & Metamodernism, Irony & Sincerity, and Why Voting Matters
Oct 22, 2018 • 81 min
In this conversation, I’m speaking with Terry Patten. Terry is a leading voice in the integral movement as an author, speaker, and teacher focusing on the marriage of personal and political transformation. We talk about the relationship between Integral…
Richard Bartlett - Occupy Wall Street as Bootstrapping Collective Intelligence
Oct 18, 2018 • 70 min
In this conversation, I speak with Richard Dennis Bartlett. Richard is an author, organizational consultant, and founder of Loomio and The Hum, as well as a member of Enspiral network. He and I share an identity as former participants in Occupy Wall…
Indra Adnan - Catalyzing a Networked Politics with The Alternative UK
Oct 15, 2018 • 71 min
On this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Indra Adnan. Indra is the ‘co-initiator’ of the Alternative UK, a new political platform aiming to transform politics in the United Kingdom. We talk about the Alternative’s approach to political change, her…
Jake Vartanian - Native: A Crypto Platform for Prosperous Communities
Oct 11, 2018 • 54 min
On this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Jake Vartanian. Jake is the founder of Native, a platform for communities to create their own economic architecture using cryptocurrency. This is a project, like DAOStack, Holochain, or Colony, that is exploring…
Jordan Greenhall - Anti-Rivalry, QAnon, and SOCIs (Oh my!)
Oct 8, 2018 • 82 min
In this conversation, Jordan Greenhall and I talk about Rivalrous and Anti-Rivalrous dynamics, the rise of self-organizing collective intelligences (SOCIs), and how QAnon might be an early example of the future of collective sense-making. “We are…
Joe Brewer - State of the Collapse
Oct 4, 2018 • 39 min
In this episode, I speak with Joe Brewer about the on-going collapse of our planetary system, the emotional and psychological difficulties of reckoning with this reality, and how we can each become stewards for what comes next. —- Support this podcast:…
Bonnitta Roy - A Source Code Analysis of Collective Action 💞
Sep 10, 2018 • 78 min
In this episode of Emerge, Bonnitta Roy and I explore a Source Code analysis of Collective Action. This is the third and final conversation in our three episode arc together. We cover such topics as why having a liquid identity makes you a better team…
Rob Burbea - Meditation Fantasies & The Soulmaking Dharma
Sep 3, 2018 • 70 min
In this conversation with meditation teacher and author Rob Burbea we discuss the role of fantasy in meditation, the purpose of what Rob calls the ‘Soulmaking Dharma’ and some common traps that can obstruct our connection with beauty on the contemplative…
Bonnitta Roy - A Source Code Analysis of Trust 🤝
Aug 31, 2018 • 80 min
In this conversation, Bonnitta Roy and I explore what trust means within the context of complex and unpredictable systems. What is trust? How do we act in ways that amplify trust? And what does all this tell us about the vision for a ‘trustless’ future…
Bonnitta Roy - A Source Code Analysis of Power 💪
Aug 27, 2018 • 59 min
In this first in a set of three conversations, Bonnitta Roy and I talk about a Source Code Analysis of the concept of Power. We explore how to speak and think about power in a way that releases complexity, cuts through confusion, and enables useful…
Vincent Horn - What Wants to Emerge Now?
Aug 20, 2018 • 39 min
In this episode Vincent Horn and I speak on behalf of what wants to emerge now. We discuss the battle for our attention, the relationship between the psychological and the political, the magic of Trump and personal responsibility in the attention economy.…
Max Borders - The Coming Social Singularity
Aug 13, 2018 • 75 min
This conversation is with Max Borders, author of ‘The Social Singularity: How decentralization will allow us to transcend politics, create global prosperity, and avoid the robot apocalypse’. We explore topics such as psychedelics, why voting doesn’t…
Rob Burbea Responds
Aug 8, 2018 • 82 min
In this episode, Rob Burbea and I have a conversation responding to questions, concerns, and feedback arising our of our first conversation (released last week). The feedback was taken from the /r/streamentry sub-reddit. 🌊 Original /r/streamentry thread…
Moritz Bierling - Metamodern Politics + Holochain = 🔥💞🌎🤸
Aug 6, 2018 • 84 min
What do you get when you combine an emerging vision of politics with new expressive capacities in human coordination? Humanity may be about to find out… In this episode of Emerge I’m speaking with Moritz Bierling. Moritz is the “Chief Catalyst” at Holo, a…
Stephen Reid - Psychedelic Renaissance
Jul 30, 2018 • 67 min
Stephen Reid and his co-conspirators at The UK Psychedelic Society are pioneering a contemporary re-imagining of the ancient art of facilitating transformational experiences using entheogenic substances. In this episode, Stephen and I discuss…
Jordan Greenhall & Bonnitta Roy - After Jordan Peterson
Jul 26, 2018 • 73 min
In this particularly liminal episode of Emerge Bonnitta Roy, Jordan Greenhall, and I attempt to generate some actionable clarity in response to a recent video critiquing Jordan Peterson. You’ll get a sense for the gifts that Jordan Peterson has brought to…
Rob Burbea - A Spiritual Paradigm for The Infinite Game
Jul 23, 2018 • 79 min
In this episode of Emerge, I speak with Rob Burbea about a new spiritual paradigm that he calls the ‘Imaginal’ and the ‘Soulmaking Dharma’. Rob shares his creative process of journeying to the furthermost reaches of human consciousness and coming back…
Ronan Harrington - The Praxis of Metamodern Political Change
Jul 16, 2018 • 73 min
A conversation with Ronan Harington about the nitty gritty praxis of systems change, the realities of the emerging metamodern subculture, and some of the real-life joys and sorrows of trying to do this radical work, and what it means to take on leadership…
Making Sense of Holochain
Jul 15, 2018 • 14 min
Ethan and Daniel attempt to make sense of the Holochain episode with Ferananda Ibarra. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
Ferananda Ibarra - WTF is Holochain?!
Jul 9, 2018 • 58 min
This week my guest is Ferananda Ibarra. Ferananda is internationally recognized in the fields of collective intelligence and the next economy. The center of her work is consciousness evolution of social systems, new social DNA and the processes and tools…
Hanzi Freinacht - The Six Metamodern Political Strategies (pt. 2)
Jun 29, 2018 • 105 min
Part 2 of my conversation with Hanzi Freinacht on the six strategic forms of a metamodern politics. Sign up for the Infinite Clues Newsletter https://www.getrevue.co/profile/emerge Second Brain Notes on Hanzi…
Making Sense of Hanzi (pt. 1)
Jun 26, 2018 • 18 min
Ethan and Daniel have a conversation about part one of the episode with Hanzi Freinacht. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
Hanzi Freinacht - Towards a Metamodern Politics (pt. 1)
Jun 25, 2018 • 85 min
A conversation with Hanzi Freinacht, the author of ‘The Listening Society: A Metamodern Guide to Politics’. This episode is part one of a two part series. For more about metamodernism and Hanzi’s work check out https://metamoderna.org/ - Hanzi’s blog and…
Making Sense of the Bonnitta Roy Episode
May 29, 2018 • 14 min
Ethan and Daniel make sense of the Bonnitta Roy episode, which you can find here: https://anchor.fm/emerge/episodes/Where-Jordan-Peterson—Sam-Harris—and-Ezra-Klein-Go-Wrong-e1hh9i/a-a3m7uh —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
Where Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, and Ezra Klein Go Wrong
May 25, 2018 • 72 min
In this episode of Emerge I speak with Bonnitta Roy. Bonnitta is the founding principle of Alderlore Insight Center, a non-profit adult learning center focused on practices that support emerging wisdom. She teaches a Masters program in Consciousness…
Making Sense of the Darren Silver Episode
May 17, 2018 • 14 min
Ethan and Daniel talk about the most recent episode of Emerge with Darren Silver. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
Darren Silver - Storying Our Way to a Sacred World
May 17, 2018 • 62 min
How do we speak in a way that re-enchants the world? That invites a more beautiful experience of life? This conversation speaks to those questions, and more. Darren Silver is a rite of passage guide, life-coach, ceremonialist, and an innovative educator.…
Making Sense of the Jordan Greenhall Episode
Apr 18, 2018 • 15 min
Ethan and Daniel have a sense-making conversation about the Jordan Greenhall episode of Emerge. —- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support
Jordan Greenhall - Sovereignty, Resonance, and Liminality
Apr 17, 2018 • 78 min
In order to enjoy this episode of Emerge you will need to be familiar with Jordan Greenhall’s model of Sovereignty. Do not venture into this episode without checking out some or all of the resources listed below or you will likely feel lost and confused.…
Experiments in Sense-Making #1: Beyond Expertise
Apr 4, 2018 • 24 min
Ethan and Daniel attempt to make sense of some of the topics discussed on recent episodes of Emerge. This episode will make most sense if you listen first to the recent episode with Melissa Michaels and have at least some familiarity with Jordan…
Emerge 010: “A More Beautiful Question” Warren Berger
Mar 15, 2018 • 37 min
On this episode of Emerge my guest is Warren Berger. Warren is the author of the book ‘A More Beautiful Question’. In this conversation we talk about the nature and importance of questioning, what keeps us from maintaining our child-like curiosity as we…
Emerge 009: “Bridging Technology And Consciousness” Adam Curry
Mar 15, 2018 • 50 min
In this episode of Emerge I speak with Adam Curry. Adam is an inventor and tech entrepreneur in San Francisco. His most recent work is an application called Entangled, which he refers to as the SETI of consciousness research. In this episode we discuss…
Emerge 008: “Emergent Creativity” Tiago Forte
Mar 15, 2018 • 48 min
On this episode of Emerge, I speak with Tiago Forte. Tiago is the founder of Forte Labs, a productivity training and consulting firm in the bay area. He specializes in helping organizations and individuals adopt an approach to productivity that is both…
Emerge 007: “The Smog Of Racism” Alison Cohen
Mar 15, 2018 • 41 min
On this Episode of Emerge I speak with Alison Cohen. Alison works as an instructional coach for public high school teachers and as a mindfulness educator for schools and social service organizations. Alison focuses on the interconnections between…
Emerge 005: “Trust And Self-Organizing Systems” Christina Bowen
Mar 15, 2018 • 45 min
In this episode of emerge I speak with Christina Bowen. Christina is a knowledge ecologist working on such topics as collective intelligence, global warming, and systems theory. In this conversation we talk about the relationship between trust and…
Emerge 004: Taylor Pearson “The End of Jobs”
Mar 15, 2018 • 52 min
Taylor Pearson joins me for this episode of Emerge. Taylor is an entrepreneur and author of the book ‘The End of Jobs’, an account of the changing nature of our economy and how to re-imagine your relationship to work for more freedom, meaning and wealth.…
Emerge 003: Scott Santen “Basic Income”
Mar 15, 2018 • 50 min
Today we have on the show Scott Santens. Scott is a writer and advocate of what’s known as a basic guaranteed income. In this episode we go over the basics of basic income as well as some of the philosophical and cultural questions that arise when…
Emerge 002: Chris Dancy “Smartphone Loneliness”
Mar 15, 2018 • 45 min
This episode’s guest is Chris Dancy. Chris has been called “the most connected human on earth” and has been featured on Fox News, NPR, BBC, TechCrunch, Mashable, and Wired, among others. He is a contemplative platform designer, artist, philosopher and…
Emerge 001: David Loy “A World Between Stories”
Mar 15, 2018 • 47 min
The first guest on Emerge is author, philosopher and activist David Loy. David and I first met at the Occupy Boulder General Assembly and our relationship grew from there. David work sits at the intersection of contemplative wisdom and social justice,…
Emerge 006: “Planetary Transformation through Culture Design” Joe Brewer
Mar 15, 2018 • 74 min
In this episode of Emerge I speak with Joe Brewer. Joe is the creator of a new field he calls Culture Design. He has a unique background in physics, math, philosophy, atmospheric science, complexity research, and cognitive linguistics. In this…