Global Spirituality

Independent thinkers and artists are an asset to the world and, ideally, the richness of their character would be absorbed by anyone seeking Truth. For many, it is desirable to see more and more people tackle these subjects and continue with the dialect and synthesis of thought that has been going on since distinct cultures started swapping ideas thousands of years ago.

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Thinking Allowed | by Jeffrey Mishlove

Thinking Allowed was an interview program providing alternative points of view on a wide variety of subjects in humanistic psychology, living philosophically, frontiers of science, personal and spiritual development, health and healing, mythology, computers and cognition, management psychology and global awareness.

Thinking Allowed

John Horgan | Online Writings

JOHN HORGAN is a science journalist and Director of the Center for Science Writings at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey. A former senior writer at Scientific American (1986-1997), he has also written for The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The New Republic, Slate, Discover, The London Times, The Times Literary Supplement, New Scientist, and other publications around the world. He writes regular columns for Scientific American online and BBC Knowledge Magazine (see links at left).

JH | Online Writings

Nature as Metaphor | Seeing the outer world as a Mirror

There is the art of metaphor to assist in truly seeing oneself clearly. Nature displays this so readily if we only observe.

Nature as Metaphor

Alain De Botton | Introduction

Alain de Botton is a Swiss/British writer, philosopher, television presenter and entrepreneur, resident in the United Kingdom. His books and television programmes discuss various contemporary subjects and themes, emphasizing philosophy's relevance to everyday life. His work includes bestsellers include How Proust Can Change Your Life (1997), Status Anxiety (2004) and The Architecture Of Happiness (2006). In August 2008, he was a founding member of a new educational establishment in central London called The School of Life. In May 2009, he was a founding member of a new architectural organization called "Living Architecture".

Alain De Botton

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Peter Russel | The Spirit of Now

Can science explain consciousness? How has consciousness evolved? Are all creatures conscious? Is reality all in the mind? Physicist and philosopher Peter Russel takes you on a journey to your true self.

Peter Russel| the Spirit of Now

Angel Hall Spiritual Centre

The Reasoning Show | Audio Podcasts

The pathway to spirituality through pure reasoning, stripped of emotion. A difficult path, but for many a very necessary one.

The Reasoning Show

The Spirit of Didactic Cinema

Definition of DIDACTIC
1 a : designed or intended to teach
b : intended to convey instruction and information as well as pleasure and entertainment
2 : making moral observations.

The Spirit of Didacticism

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Gender & Society

Decades of research in how the male brain differs from the female brain have produced a wide array of psychologists who each have relatively radical views on how to raise children with a respect for innate differences.

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Friend of Wounds

Sports and Character

"I define greatness as making the effort to do your job for our team to the absolute maximum of your ability," Wooden says. "You achieve greatness, in my view, when you do that. This is true whether you happen to be Bill Walton, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the sixth player on the bench, the equipment manager, or the head coach.

"Thus, greatness is available to everyone on our team, not just the super star or the high scorer in a particular game."

Sports & Character

The Philosophy of Robert Greene

Greene's books are sometimes represented as manipulative and amoral. The Sunday Times noted that The 48 Laws of Power has become the "Hollywood back-stabber's bible" and that although the book is reportedly used by some business executives, it is difficult to find people who publicly acknowledge its influence because of the book's controversial nature. Greene responds to this sentiment by stating, "These laws...people might say, 'Oh they're wicked', but they're practiced day in and day out by businesspeople. You're always trying to get rid of your competition and it can be pretty bloodthirsty, and that's just the reality."

The Philosophy of Robert Greene

 

 

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