Tagged with sociology

WikiLeaks, Assange and Social Order

C4chaos just made a post sharing his thoughts on WikiLeaks. I was surprised to find that Robb Smith, CEO of Integral Life, had this position on the matter: Al Qaeda just announced they’re going to use Wikileaks to exploit security weaknesses to kill innocent people. Nice. Assange is a terrorist. His defenders will argue he’s … Continue reading


We’re living in a paradigm where the highest valued knowledge is often “top down.” This means we try to make our perspectives as detached, removed and objective as possible in order to see something very clearly. Conceptually, it started at least, as acknowledging ourselves as beyond nature, because we have the ability to reason. This … Continue reading