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David Birch – Questions to Blow Your Mind

September 10, 2021

David Birch discusses some of the ideas in Pandora’s Book: 401 Philosophical Questions to Help You Lose Your Mind (With...

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John Waters – Science, Spirituality and the Cult of COVID

August 07, 2021

John Waters and I discuss science, spirituality, and the coronavirus crisis. (Stream / download audio at bottom of page) In...

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Reality? It’s All in the Mind

November 21, 2020

A Google search for the word ‘consciousness’ currently returns over 300 million results. Despite this wealth of information, a concise...

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Freedom From Fear #4 – Bernardo Kastrup

November 14, 2020

Beginning in August 2020, ‘Freedom From Fear’ is a free-form discussion series taking the title as its starting point. (Stream...

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Christopher Bache – LSD and the Mind of the Universe

July 04, 2020

Christopher Bache discusses his book 'LSD and the Mind of the Universe - Diamonds From Heaven'. In 1979, Bache took...

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Jasun Horsley – Transhumanism and the Colonisation of Space

March 16, 2020

Jasun Horlsey discusses transhumanism and the colonization of space. Despite the idealism and hope surrounding the first manned space flights...

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Bernie Taylor – Are We Alone in the Cosmos?

August 20, 2019

Bernie Taylor asks Are We Alone in the Cosmos? Human self-awareness and contemplation of past, present, and future appear to...

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Bernardo Kastrup – Reality? It’s All in Your Mind

April 06, 2019

Bernardo Kastrup discusses his book 'The Idea of the World: A Multi-disciplinary Argument for the Mental Nature of Reality'. In...

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Steve Taylor – Spiritual Science: Why Science Needs Spirituality to Make Sense of the World

January 01, 2019

Steve Taylor discusses his book 'Spiritual Science - Why Science Needs Spirituality to Make Sense of the World'. Is it...

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Martin Demant Frederiksen – Why Do We Exist?

September 22, 2018

Martin Demant Frederiksen discusses nothing. Why is there something rather than nothing? Wouldn't nothing have been a lot less trouble...

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