Category Archives: book writing

Becoming Solid Selves in a Reactive Age

The Reactive Age The hot topic this week is Brendon Eich stepping down under pressure for his 2008 donations to the Pro-Prop 8 side. He had a chance to recant but did not.  While this event touches on lots of thing … Continue reading

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You, Your Self, Your Soul, Is a Story

Sacramento solid waste is using their claw to pick up leaves. While I’m waiting for the operator to finish emptying it into the garbage truck another car swoops around me and runs through. I’m upset. I feel like some part … Continue reading

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More past life conversations

Lists of posts of “conversations with previous selves” . Fun one on “past self” Should credit Kristin Tennant with the link.

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Circumcision: Is Identity Received or Achieved?

The New York Times weighed in on the circumcision war with a debate. So many interesting questions are engaged by this debate: Is circumcision a permanent intrusion of a parent’s decision upon the flesh of their male child? I would suggest … Continue reading

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Talking to Your Self

This video is getting over a views a day. Why? When we look at our past self, we find it a mystery. How have I changed? What has changed me? Are the changes good? I’d love to be able to … Continue reading

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Still think we’re not multiple selves in time?

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Locating the Self, Resolving the Host

Lots of people wonder WHAT the soul is. Lots of people wonder WHERE the soul is when someone has died. Very few people wonder WHERE the soul is when someone is still alive. In my last post I suggested that … Continue reading

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