New THIS pod on free will posted
@vishnu listening on my way to class 👏
@vishnu omg the “esoteric analogy time” theme should just be playing from my person 24/7 as a warning to people 😂
@vishnu Esoteric Analogy Time = EAT 😂
Was this chosen or not chosen? Thoroughly enjoying your pod - excited for the book release! 🖤✌🏽❤️
@genobambino it will be there. Trying to decide on scoring or not.. 🤔
@vishnu I love your scores, so my vote is YES PLEASE. Or at least my copy? lol.
THIS content warning
@vishnu ... wait, you think there’s no free will?
So, you’re a Calvinist...
@vishnu I didn’t choose to listen to This.
@vishnu I listened because it was next on the que and it started playing. I didn’t choose to listen. However, I really enjoyed it.
@JosephWheat I picked up a bottle of beard oil in my car.
@vishnu the Free Will episode was so fantastically presented. I can’t decide if Death or Free Will is my favorite so far.. then again I’m an enneagram type 9 so.. what the hell are favorites?
@vishnu the audio from your mom saying “I’m not calling you Vishnu ever” is 100% material for an interlude on your hip hop mix tape.
@vishnu really liked this one. thanks
@vishnu The question of free will isn't trivial, nor is it settled. The more we learn about ourselves at a molecular level, the more free will is cast in doubt. If we're not truly free agents, the social consequences will be profound. I'm struggling with the question of determinism and human agency.
@vishnu Listened to the podcast and I agree, even with your uncertainty where the line lies between determinism and human agency.
I found mindfulness meditation help provide sufficient distance to recognize thoughts simply appear in consciousness. They aren't controllable, they aren't predictable, they just appear, like the rest of our sensations. Buggers the idea of free will.
That begs the question, what is consciousness?
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