In this episode, Joe Moore interviews philosopher, author, and assistant professor in the Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness program at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco: Matthew D. Segall, Ph.D. They discuss the relationship between consciousness and neuroscience and how science, philosophy, and religion need to focus on their specialties but also work together towards better defining the human experience. They also talk about the importance of philosophy in trying to make sense of non-ordinary states of consciousness, William James, Richard Dawkins, scientism, positivism, how we’re slowly thinning the line between technology and humanity, Timothy Leary and whether or not anyone really “dropped out,” German idealism, how capitalism co-opts everything, the death denial in capitalist life, and how to use the relationship between the internet and capitalism to improve society.

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