The Side View podcast

Adam Robbert interviewed me over on The Side View Podcast. Check it out HERE. We discussed speculative philosophy, panpsychism, politics, and more.

Erowid’s Psychedelic Encyclopedia at CIIS

https://youtu.be/ZGawsovSzLw This conversation with Earth and Fire Erowid (of erowid.org) at CIIS back in January was supposed to be recorded for a podcast, but alas, due to technical difficulties, the sound crew was unable to record it. Lo and behold, I just came across this video of the event, taken by someone in the audience. Thanks, [...]

A conversation with the founders of Erowid.org in January 2017

I'll be in conversation with Earth and Fire, the founders of Erowid.org, on Jan. 26th, 2017 at 7pm at CIIS in San Francisco, CA. If you're not local, there will be a podcast version posted shortly thereafter. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.

A talk on Ecodelic Philosophy at the Symbiosis Gathering

I'm headed back to the Symbiosis Gathering later this year. I'll be offering a talk on the role of psychedelics--or "ecodelics" as author Richard Doyle refers to them--and the philosophical insights they engender that may be of service to steering through our planetary crisis. When ingested in carefully crafted ceremonial containers, ecodelics reveal the deeper connections and interpenetration of [...]

Certificate in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapies & Research at CIIS

California Institute of Integral Studies is launching a new certificate program in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapies and Research. Certificate in Psychedelic Therapies and Research - Information and Application. The Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies and Research Certificate serves a growing need for the training of skilled therapist researchers who will ideally seek advanced training for future FDA approved psychedelic-assisted and [...]

ERIE Talk: The Extended Mind Thesis and the Ecologization of Consciousness

A talk I gave for ERIE at CIIS a few months ago building on (an admittedly loose interpretation of) Andy Clark's extended mind thesis and Richard Doyle's ideas about the role of psychedelics in human evolution: