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
Plowshares activist Sister Megan Rice, the 83-year-old nun recently freed from federal prison, talks about activism, nuclear weapons, feminism and the Church; Lina Nilsson discusses how to attract more women engineers.
Alexander Harcourt, Professor Emeritus at UC Davis and author of the forthcoming book Humankind: How Biology and Geography Shape Human Diversity. And social justice advocate Hilary Klein, author of Compañeras: Zapatista Women’s Stories, about women’s involvement in the Zapatista movement, the indigenous rebellion in Chiapas, Mexico.
“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.