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Category Archives: Resacralization and entanglement
This is what it means to be entangled: it is to see that we are not complete, removed, or boundaried. We are not independent. To speak from a place of manicured morality, to attempt to stand outside the mess of it all, to try to be sincere, is to be blind to our rapturous entanglement …Continue Reading >>>
Scientific accuracy isn’t about how well the world ‘out there’ is represented, it is about how well other possibilities and accounts about the world are excluded from the discourse.
A bright morning beckons at the end of the tunnel. Yet, I am almost convinced that the next brilliant dawn over the landscapes of human experience will not emerge from our familiar attempts to scramble towards the light. Light is the grand container of the familiar, the holding space for the feasible – and the …Continue Reading >>>
The universe is mind-threateningly large – so large that ‘it’ disturbs our categories of size and our predispositions to measure things. And yet, our best sciences tell us it exploded into place eons ago, and is thus finite. Some intriguing questions emerge: where is the edge of the universe, and what lies beyond it? I …Continue Reading >>>
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‘This is to invite you into the waters, at the edge of mystery; my quest is not to make the ‘unknown’ known but to query our fear of it and, more prominently, share stories how the supposedly known is just as much a transient province of effluvious mystery. We are subjects of the dark – …Continue Reading >>>