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Reframing the debate over expat voting: Russell and Sevi, Globe editorial

Two contrasting views on expatriate voting.

The first, by Peter Russell (a former excellent and insightful professor of mine) and Semra Sevi (who has written before… 748 more words

Citizenship

The Paradox of Free Will ~ Peter Russell

One of my earliest ventures into philosophy, back in high school, concerned the question of “free will versus determinism.” If the world unfolds according to fixed laws, then everything that happens is determined by events that have gone before. 1,846 more words

Spirituality

mind is everywhere

Universal consciousness …

a shift of perspective or attitude as …

verification by the possibility and potentiality of already-existing with a universal consciousness of what could happen. 43 more words

Happiness

Two Arguments Against Physicalism

“Physicalism (also known as Materialistic Monism . . . is the philosophical position that everything which exists is no more extensive than its physical properties, and that the only existing substance is physical.

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Philosophy

Peter Russell : 1.The Evolution of Consciousness 2. The Effortless Meditation 3. How do you see science evolving when it comes to consciousness?

The Evolution of Consciousness – Peter Russell

Published on May 15, 2015

http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/

A conversation with Peter Russell about how the exploration of consciousness has evolved in the past 50 years. 161 more words

Spirituality

The Evolution of Consciousness With Peter Russell


For years Western Science has relegated consciousness to an epiphenomenon created by the brain. There are, however, serious problems with this approach and an alternative worldview is emerging in which consciousness is an essential quality of the cosmos. 203 more words

Team GB’s Olympic Ice Hockey Dream

During the Ice Hockey qualification tournament for the 2014 Winter Olympics, GB Men’s team came as close as they have done in recent history by making the last phase. 852 more words

Team GB