In the previous episode we explored the future of humanity within the economic and political landscape. In Part 2 Howard Bloom and Richard Smoley join Daniel Pinchbeck to discuss the evolutionary nature of human consciousness. In order to do this, they offer different approaches for defining consciousness while evaluating the merits of each method. Their discourse on mankind’s intuitive and cognitive faculties range from atheism and science to spirituality and mysticism. Ultimately, no consensus is achieved, but a foundation for further, in-depth contemplation is established.
For Part 1 of this interview, click here.