Last Turtle

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Sinopsis

A podcast about Philosophy, Science & Technology, Spirituality, and exploration of mind, consciousness and the big picture.

Episodios

  • 8 – Olivia Coombes – The Philosophy of Time Travel

    8 – Olivia Coombes – The Philosophy of Time Travel

    28/01/2021

    A conversation with Olivia Coombes, a PhD student studying the philosophy of time travel and free will. Show notes: Olivia Coombes Two Philosophers, One Podcast, No Problems David Lewis, The Paradoxes of Time Travel Movies: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Predestination Time Crimes Primer The Time Machine TV Shows: Timeless Travelers Continuum 12 Monkeys Dark Support the podcast at the citizenphilosophy.com/support.

  • 7 – Kirby Ferguson – This is Not a Conspiracy Theory

    7 – Kirby Ferguson – This is Not a Conspiracy Theory

    23/02/2020 Duración: 01h04min

    A conversation with Filmmaker Kirby Ferguson, about his documentary series, Everything is a Remix and This is Not a Conspiracy Theory. We discuss creativity, conspiracies, systems, rules, complexity, and changing your worldview. Show notes: KirbyFerguson.com Everything is a Remix This is Not a Conspiracy Theory Goodie Bag Copy This Re:Create Coalition The Remix Method – Where do you get an idea? The Game of Life Aphantasia Support the podcast

  • 6 – Vincent Horn – Meditating on Everything

    6 – Vincent Horn – Meditating on Everything

    06/11/2017

    In this episode, I speak with Vincent Horn, a meditation teacher and podcaster. We cover a wide spectrum and discuss meditation, Buddhism, developmental psychology, networks, psychedelics, cryptocurrency, and more. Show notes: Vincent Horn – Website – Twitter Buddhist Geeks Meditate.io CryptoMind Podcast – iTunes Dan Sigel Neurodude Robert Kegan – Developmental Psychology Robert Kegan’s book Immunity to Change Susanne R. Cook-Greuter Ken Wilber David Chapman – Meaningness.com Meditating on Psychedelics The Lotos Network Refind Nudge Book Christopher Vitali – Networkologies Book Tiago Forte

  • 5 – Carrie Jenkins – Philosophy  Polyamory

    5 – Carrie Jenkins – Philosophy & Polyamory

    26/10/2017

    In this episode I speak with Carrie Jenkins, a writer and philosopher at the University of British Columbia. We talk about philosophy’s status today and discuss the idea of citizen philosophy. We also talk about polyamory, and her book What Love Is: And What It Could Be, which details her theory about the dual nature of love. Show notes: Carrie Jenkins: Website – Twitter What Love Is: And What It Could Be – Print – Audiobook Carrie’s Podcast: Labels of Love ABC Nightline Segment

  • 4 – Jason Lange – IMAX VR

    4 – Jason Lange – IMAX VR

    03/04/2017

    In this episode I’m joined by my friend Jason Lange where we discuss our recent visit to the new IMAX VR Experience Center in Los Angeles. We detail it’s like to go to one of the first VR Arcades, what we liked, what could be improved, and dive into some of the experiences offered there. Show notes: IMAX VR Experience Jason Lange – Website – Twitter Do The Evolution Podcast The Seventh Kingdom Podcast HTC Vive Star VR Subpack Google Tiltbrush Technodelics Meditation VR Update: IMAX & Warner Bros. Partner on “Premium” VR Content

  • 3 – Jacob Gotwals – Spiritual Awakening for Geeks

    3 – Jacob Gotwals – Spiritual Awakening for Geeks

    19/02/2017

    In this episode I talk to Jacob Gotwals, a longtime meditator and a psychotherapist who has created the site and online community called Spiritual Awakening for Geeks. We try to tackle defining spirituality and what it might mean to us, and get into some fun tangents about life as a giant puzzle room, frames of reference, insight, awakening experiences, and the challenges of language to talk about all of this. Show notes: Spiritual Awakening for Geeks Website Spiritual Awakening for Geeks Book SAFG on Twitter About Jacob Gotwals Nonviolent Communication Ken Wilber Puzzle/Escape Rooms

  • 2 – Scott Santens – Basic Income

    2 – Scott Santens – Basic Income

    09/02/2017

    In this episode I speak with Scott Santens, a writer and advocate for basic income, the economic idea of providing with all citizens an unconditional basic income guarantee sufficient to meet minimal living needs. We discuss the merits of this idea, the potential problems it can address, clearing some of the misconceptions, and tackle some of the common objections. Show notes: Scott Santens’ Website Basic Income Subreddit BasicIncome.org

  • 1 – Introduction

    1 – Introduction

    06/02/2017

    Welcome to the Last Turtle Podcast! This is a short intro episode setting the stage for the podcast, why I am creating it, the topics and guests it will include, and set the tone and intention for upcoming episodes. Thanks for joining me!