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Open-Source Literary, Philosophical, and Spiritual Discourse
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New on Metapsychosis: Philippa Rees reviews "Delusions," by Stanisław Kapuściński, an evisceration of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion. https://goo.gl/83nt7A

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From father to son, and humanity to machine—a story of finite and infinite games.
https://goo.gl/nS2X1M

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Chewing on the state of the world? Here's a provocative new essay from Brian George on the role of the visionary for us living through "interesting times." https://goo.gl/B8YXGa

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Shantaram readers! Our next call is coming up this THURSDAY 5/25. The book gets more & more amazing. Let's talk :)

https://goo.gl/S78pcF

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Our next Shantaram reading group discussion is coming up this Thursday at 6 pm MDT. If you missed last week's meeting, you can catch up with the recording here, and you're very welcome to hop in with the next group even if you missed the first couple sessions. Hopefully see you soon, dear readers!

https://goo.gl/TijTs2

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It's a pleasure to welcome Greg Thomas to Metapsychosis Journal, with his introduction to cultural critic Albert Murray, a thinker for our times (and ahead of his own) if there ever was one.

"Albert Murray, born in Alabama on May 12, 1916, was a special, even quintessential American writer for the twentieth century: Local and global, black and Western, he was a modernist who respected the myths and rituals of early humans as much as he loved the stream-of-consciousness technique of James Joyce and William Faulkner. Murray didn’t confine himself to ideological boundaries—it’s little use boxing him into liberal or conservative camps, into one academic field or another. As a pragmatic American pluralist of the blues, his vision extended to the implications of quantum physics and Einstein’s four dimensions. Murray, like [Ralph] Ellison, championed the humanities, especially literature and music, over the structural determinist regime of sociology, which he felt stratified people into rigid ethnic and racial categories."

https://goo.gl/JB3Mzo

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