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Jordan Peterson | ContraPoints
YouTuber and philosopher Natalie Wynn unpicks Jordan Peterson's notion of postmodern neo-Marxism from a left-wing perspective.
What is Emerging? Episode 2 | BEING: SEARCHING FOR ENTANGLEMENTS
In this episode Camilla and Maria Clara go searching for inspiring new ways to understand the global crises.
DEEP DIVE: Danilo Vaz and Philip Franses
This Deep Dive with two great thinkers in the field of Complexity Science considers the micro and macro changes we must undergo in the face of ecological crises.
Grieve Play Love
Best Short Climate Film of 2019 by Jem Bendell, author of the Deep Adaptation paper, about the deep perspective change he experienced as a result of climate anxiety.
DEEP DIVE: Katherine Trebeck
This is not the Truth spoke to Katherine Trebeck, co-founder of the Wellbeing Economy Alliance, about a post-growth vision of economics.
DEEP DIVE: Tomás de Lara
This is not the Truth speak to Tomás de Lara about the role of businesses for transforming society.
What is Emerging? Episode 1 | DOING: WE CREATE REALITY
Emerge presents: What is Emerging? A documentary series in three parts.
His Epic Message Will Make You Want to Save the World | Short Film Showcase
Spoken word artist Prince Ea makes a powerful case for protecting the planet and challenges the human race to create a sustainable future.
Does Extinction Rebellion have a Hippy Problem?
How does the public persona of Extinction Rebellion as a ‘bunch of hippies' help or hinder the cause? Who might it need to recruit to win over a wider majority? Ronan Harrington gives some analysis on how public perception can shift.
Deep Adaptation Q&A with Gail Bradbrook
Gail has been researching, planning and training for mass civil disobedience since 2010 and is a co-founder of the social movement Extinction Rebellion (XR) which rapidly spread internationally since its launch in October 2018.
John Vervaeke, Romanticism & Owen Barfield
In this discussion, that ranges across the ideas of Kant, Romanticism, psychotherapy and Christianity, Mark Vernon sketches how Barfield's notion of final participation offers a sense of the way forward.
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