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Re-Kindling the Spiritual in a Postmodern World: Jeremy Johnson

IMA Graduate Jeremy Johnson’s interdisciplinary, far-reaching blog looks at what he calls “emanant” possibilities in our contemporary world, including: Potential for new kinds of human societies. I document “emanent folkways” – possible cultures and ways of life in our interconnected … Continue reading

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Toward a Noetic Ecology wtih Jeremy Johnson

Jeremy Johnson, a current Individualized MA student in the Consciousness Studies concentration, has just posted a great video on his studies, discussing “Cultural evolution, cyborgs, technology & consciousness: exploring what possibilities our era brings to us.” Here’s how he begins … Continue reading

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