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Mutations is a podcast exploring latent futures in the radical present. We inhabit a time between times, between worlds—what are the emergent potentials, articulated visions, or, in a word, ‘mutations’ that can help us to pathfind our way into the future? What forms of integrative thinking and being are required for this leap? Author (Seeing Through the World), show host, and integral philosopher Jeremy D Johnson explores these questions through solo podcasts, readings, and with featured guests.

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Mutations is a podcast exploring latent futures in the radical present. We inhabit a time between times, between worlds—what are the emergent potentials, articulated visions, or, in a word, ‘mutations’ that can help us to pathfind our way into the future? What forms of integrative thinking and being are required for this leap? Author (Seeing Through the World), show host, and integral philosopher Jeremy D Johnson explores these questions through solo podcasts, readings, and with featured guests.

    21. The Acid Left w/ Adam Ray Adkins

    21. The Acid Left w/ Adam Ray Adkins

    Mutations speaks with Adam Ray Adkins of The Acid Left project on Mark Fisher's Capitalist Realism, the felt sense of time and consciousness in our cultural phenomenology, and the role of creativity, art, and even spirituality on the Left for imagining a better world.

    The Acid Left on FB: https://www.facebook.com/theacidleft |
    On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbLjoC_tct5byCV6JBoQPtA/featured |
    Support The Acid Left on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidleft

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    20. The Aperspectival Body ft. Barbara Karlsen and Brandt Stickley

    20. The Aperspectival Body ft. Barbara Karlsen and Brandt Stickley

    November 24, Barbara Karlsen and Brandt Stickley return to Mutations for a community call on embodying integral consciousness and exploring what they mean by the "aperspectival body." |

    Barbara Karlsen: http://www.barbarakarlsen.com, |
    Brandt Stickley: https://www.brandtstickley.com |

    Stay up to date on the next Mutations salon: https://jeremydjohnson.substack.com |
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    19. Democratization of Time

    19. Democratization of Time

    Solo stream on Wednesday, Nov. 18 with Q&A. Talking about how we can make our way from globalization to planetization, my question for Noam Chomsky on the recent Stoa talk, reflections on P2P Theory, Gebser and decolonization, and generally exploring the "integral futurism" in next year's book (Fragments of an Integral Futurism).

    Event: The Aperspectival Body, ft. Barbara Karlsen and Brandt Stickley. November 24 @ 1 pm ET / 10 am PT. Register here (on Zoom).

    Mutations Podcast: https://anchor.fm/mutations
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    Book: https://revelore.press/product/seeing-through-the-world/


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    18. Cultural Evolution and the Commons ft. Michel Bauwens

    18. Cultural Evolution and the Commons ft. Michel Bauwens

    In this episode of Mutations, I speak with Michel Bauwens about the role of the commons for cultural evolution, the resurgence of P2P (Peer-to-Peer) networks during the global pandemic, and glimpses of integral, post-capitalist futures.

    Michel Bauwens is the founder and Vision Coordinator of the P2P Foundation and works in collaboration with a global group of researchers in the exploration of peer production, governance, and property. Michel is also the director of research of CommonsTransition.org. a platform for policy development aimed toward a society of the Commons and a founding member of the Commons Strategies Group, with Silke Helfrich and David Bollier, who have organised major global conferences on the commons and economics. Three recent books, amongst which (with Vasilis Kostakis), Network Society and Future Scenarios for a Collaborative Economy have been published in English, Dutch and French. Michel currently lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand and is currently finalizing a Commons Transition Plan for the city of Ghent in Belgium.

    https://twitter.com/mbauwens

    https://p2pfoundation.net

    https://commonstransition.org/peer-to...

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    17. Talking with Ben Burgis on Canceling Comedians, the Future of the Left, and Democratizing Work

    17. Talking with Ben Burgis on Canceling Comedians, the Future of the Left, and Democratizing Work

    In this episode (cross-published with Growing Down) I talked with Ben Burgis. Ben is a philosophy instructor at Georgia State University Perimeter College, a Jacobin columnist, and the host of the “Give Them An Argument” podcast and YouTube show. He is also the author of Give Them an Argument: Logic for the Left and the forthcoming Canceling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique of the Contemporary Left. During the session, we touched on the cosmopolitan socialism of our mutual friend, the great Michael Brooks (Rest in Power), and why his vision of an integral left could be (or maybe ought to be) the future of international socialism. [NOTE: My audio was coming in low towards the beginning - I fixed that as we recorded].  
    https://benburgis.com // https://www.patreon.com/benburgis // https://twitter.com/GTAA_Show //#LeftisBest #CosmopolitanSocialism #Labor


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    16. Going Planetary - A Reading

    16. Going Planetary - A Reading

    A riff on the meaning of "planetary" culture, thinking, and ontology. This week I riffed on the nomenclature starting first with Eugene Thacker's via negativa and cosmological approach in In the Dust of this Planet and Lynn Margulis's biological approach in Symbiotic Planet. 

    Next week we'll explore the socio-political dimensions of this inquiry by revisiting Against the Web (Michael Brooks), Gaia, a Way of Knowing: Political Implications of the New Biology (William Irwin Thompson), and A Sociable God (Ken Wilber). 

    Support this podcast on Patreon | Watch Mutations Streams on YouTube | Podcast art by J. Andrew World


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