Given the disparities between the lifespans of whites, African Americans, Native Americans and other groups, it might seem to be sensible to gear medicine along racial lines. But sociologist Leslie Hinkson argues that it represents a dangerous turn in science and healthcare. She discusses race, biology, and debt. Resources: Nadine Ehlers and Leslie R. Hinkson … Continued


Caroline welcomes the return of Eric Davis, science-myth wizard, author of TechGnosis,  perspicacious playful liberating jaunty discerning magical intellect with whom to co-animate the desirable potential of now, keeper of the Hermetic realms, history of entheo sci-fi, illusion – “in-ludo = “in the game,” v. delusion = “out of the game.” (and discerning betwixt the former which strives … Continued


Talkies

The Power of Ideals; plus Sherry Glaser

“Idealism is naive: people won’t rise above self-interest to serve the greater good.”  Cynicism rules in much of modern life—but not in a new book by Stanford professors William Damon and Anne Colby.    ALSO: actor and activist Sherry Glaser takes us behind the cannabis curtain with her new one-woman show.  With host Kris Welch.


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