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Honoring Multiple Truths: An Integrative Pathway to Peace in Israel/Palestine

A just resolution to the Israel/Palestine conflict requires acknowledging and honoring truths that are seemingly contradictory. Examples from other domains show how this can be accomplished and offer a potential pathway to an enduring, long-term peace.

May 29, 2024

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The Eco-Civilization Framework

But as each climate disaster brings our current system closer to collapse, we have an overriding obligation to future generations, and to life itself, to shine a directional beacon through the darkness of our times to a potentially brighter future—and to help lay down a trail toward it.

January 25, 2024


To Counter AI Risk, We Must Develop an Integrated Intelligence

The recent explosion in the stunning power of artificial intelligence is likely to transform virtually every domain of human life in the near future, with effects that no-one can yet predict.

June 22, 2023


Escaping Modernism

Big History, however, seems to have chosen to reside in the ontological domain of modernism; as a result, it sees itself as detached from the very processes it purports to study.

May 31, 2023

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How Corporate Dominance Is Driving Civilization to a Precipice

The neoliberal ideology of unrestrained markets has led to a global crisis. Humanity now faces an existential threat as the result of global dominance by corporations, whose ultimate goal is at odds with human flourishing.

March 29, 2022

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Solving the Climate Crisis Requires the End of Capitalism

The global conversation regarding climate change has, for the most part, ignored the elephant in the room.

October 13, 2021

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