Enlightenment’s Evil Twin

January 28, 2014 Jeff Warren 0

Exploring the Shadow Side of Meditation In 1974 Hans Burgschmidt was sixteen years old, living in the Canadian Prairies, working in a photography studio darkroom, elbow-deep in chemicals all day long. “Is this what life […]

Continuity vs. Change: A Meditation

May 10, 2013 Khvay Samnang 0

Khvay Samnang (b. 1982, Svay Rieng) engages with concepts of mediation, change and continuity. Using his body to enact poignant gestures with subtle humor, he offers new interpretations of history, longstanding cultural practices, and contentious […] […]

Environmentalism and the Mind

March 7, 2013 Jeff Warren 0

In January of this year, an academic named Paul Wapner delivered an interesting lecture at Iowa State University on what he calls “climate suffering.” A professor of environmental politics at American University in Washington and […] […]

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