Bridging the Island Universes of Our Experience: Aldous Huxley on Making Sense of Ourselves and Each Other — Brain Pickings

“To see ourselves as others see us is a most salutary gift. Hardly less important is the capacity to see others as they see themselves.” Conversing with a symphonic-minded physicist and a science-spirited musician on a small boat off the coast of a small island, I express my skepticism that the swell of digital records…

Bridging the Island Universes of Our Experience: Aldous Huxley on Making Sense of Ourselves and Each Other — Brain Pickings

The Music of Trees: Improvisation, Iteration, and the Science of Immortality — Brain Pickings

“Potentially, every tree is immortal.” Hermann Hesse believed that if we could learn to listen to the trees, we would achieve profound perspective on our human lives by grasping the deepest meaning of aliveness. He used listening in the metaphorical sense. But the great existential gift of trees — to us in the metaphors they…

The Music of Trees: Improvisation, Iteration, and the Science of Immortality — Brain Pickings

Acid Horizon podcast: ‘Foucault (With Hair)’ – discussion of The Early Foucault with Stuart Elden — Foucault News

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies: Acid Horizon podcast: ‘Foucault (With Hair)’ – discussion of The Early Foucault On this episode, Adam and Will are joined by Stuart Elden to discuss his latest book, The Early Foucault. We discuss the academic experiences and personal relationships that were formative in the Foucault’s development as an intellectual.

Acid Horizon podcast: ‘Foucault (With Hair)’ – discussion of The Early Foucault — Foucault News