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Sorting Out Our Values

Tag Archives: Sorting Out Our Values

  1. Order Out of Chaos Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics of Positive Disintegration

    Krystyna C. Laycraft brings her training in physics and psychology together to show how chaos theory and the theory of positive disintegration are essentially talking about the same process.

  2. Political Iridescence: Courage and Complexity in a Tribal World

    We’ve divided the political world into a red team and a blue team. Where does a person belong when she sees not only shimmers of red in the blue and the blue in the red, but oranges, yellows, greens, and purples besides? One thing’s for sure: it will take courage for such a person to find—or keep—a political home.

  3. From Contrarianism to Authenticity Why Our Inner Selves Rebel

    It’s easy to tell if you don’t fit in; it’s harder to know what to do about it. In this piece, Leon Garber explores contrarianism, the rejecting of norms just for the sake of rejecting them, and how to move from such rebellion to a truer sort of authentic personality.

  4. Third Factor Reads: This Star Shall Abide by Sylvia Engdahl

    For our issue on non/conformity, we have the perfect book to feature: the story of a heretic.

  5. Third Factor Reads: The Mind Illuminated by Culadasa

    The Mind Illuminated is a great meditation manual that will guide you, step by step, from establishing your practice to achieving tranquility and equanimity. If all you’re looking to do is learn to sustain your focus, it’ll help you with that, too.