revolution in decision-making that citizen deliberative councils offer us is of
comparable magnitude to the revolution in decision-making created centuries ago
by the idea of majority vote. It can be applied virtually anywhere, and it could
make all the difference in the world.
Aurobindo Ghose (also known as Sri
Aurobindo) was a Bengali mystic, poet, political activist, and social theorist. What would society look
like if Aurobindo's views, methods, and practices were applied on a
wide scale, and formed the basis of spiritual ethics of social
physical process, there is a time form that is independent of the space
form. But to what extent does it correspond to our concepts of
form? A simple linear duration, a movement from A to B, is only one way
that form exists in time. As with forms in space, time forms are
distributed in nature according to ratios.
The author befriends indie journalist and publisher Sander Hicks, who recounts the terrifying saga of Jim Hatfield, Vox, and George W. Bush, another truth odyssey that reveals the true nature of power, and the consequences of challenging those who wield it. Along the way, he discovers there is a serious field of study lurking behind the label of "conspiracy theory."
Post-9/11 popular culture is teeming with zombies. It's a veritable epidemic! It seems the kids can’t get enough of the partially albino skin and the hollow, soulless, CGI eyes. What's behind the current interest in the undead?