Jason Snyder and I host a wide range of conversations focused on personal & collective growth using an inclusive (AKA metamodern) and contemplative philosophy.
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We talk with Jordan Hall about how spirituality relates to sovereignty, deep code, virtuous feedback loops, robots, intuition, the weird and much more.
We talk with Evan Driscoll about what leads to dysfunctional systems, coordination, contemplative practice & much more!
We reflect on past episodes, themes, and a laundry list of related topics we think are worth exploring more.
We talk with Chance Lunceford about what led him to start podcasting & writing, how he approaches mastering the mind, and how gender impacts us.
We talk with Samah Tokmachi about how the Bahai faith impacts his filmmaking career & life, our personal & societal shadows, & much more!
We talk with Erik Davis, thinker, author & podcast host about the effects of eclecticism, psychedelics, philosophy, spirituality, esotericism & much more.
We talk with Stephanie White about her research on urban food systems, local innovation & design, systems thinking, and more.
We talk with Stephen West about his amazing podcast, ‘Philosophize This!’, how philosophy is useful, it's limitations, and Steve's process & mindset for shares ideas.
We talk with Jess about culture, social dynamics, social & digital tech interactions, crypto & collaboration, the paper clip maximizer, and more!
Nathan Snyder talks to us about why we started the Both And, what our goals are, and then analyzes some of our answers.
We talk with Vince Horn about the layers of the self, abstraction, metadharma, post-capitalism, and more!
We talk with Conor Barnes about memetic tribes, his experience as a radical anarchist, the danger of fascism 2.0, & new models of governance.
We talk with Udita Sanga about meditation & her PhD research that uses games & agent-based modeling to study climate change adaptation.
We talk with Adam Robbert about The Side View. Then practicing philosophy, why it’s less common & how we can change that.
We talk with Peter Limberg about his past, the idea of the Memetic Mediator & what it could become.
Jason Snyder & I introduce ourselves, talk about why we started this podcast and why we think better conversations are essential.