A collection of aphorisms by a contemporary adept of the form, these bite-size poems reflect on the nature of art, wisdom, love, technology, and spirituality through a modern and yet timeless lens.
Arguably the most respected comic book writer, Alan Moore, gives you more information that you can chew in one sitting.
I spoke with Conner Habib about his new course, “Banishing the World: Postmodern Philosophy and the Occult,” and learned about the surprising ways in which the most interesting and sophisticated philosophies coming out of humanities converge precisely with occult ideas.
In this singular episode of The Electric Symposium Jeremy Johnson is joined by author and Metapsychosis contributor J.F. Martel, as well as Metapsy editors Natalie Bantz and Marco V Morelli. Together we talk about J.F.’s latest essay, “Reality is Analog,” our curious fascination with the “lifeworld” of 80s analog, and the Metapsy team’s various theories behind the pop cultural Netflix sensation, “Stranger Things.” Pop in the tape and press play.
J.F. Martel takes a deeper look at the hit Netflix series Stranger Things (season 1).
What if consciousness actually is something akin to the way it is experienced?