Tag Archives: Anthropocene

Keeping The Portal Open: Erik Davis on TechGnosis and the Blurring “Real” & “Virtual”

By Michael Garfield Source: Reality Sandwich Erik Davis is the author of TechGnosis: Myth, Magic, & Mysticism in the Age of Information (recently reissued by North Atlantic Books with a new afterword).  An investigation into how our transcendental urges play out in the … Continue reading

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Towards a Critical Public Pedagogy of Predatory Anthropocene

By Michael B. McDonald Source: The Hampton Institute In 2015, a group of scientists published ” The trajectory of the Anthropocene: The Great Acceleration “. They showed that rising consumption and increasing rates of impact on Earth Systems began after … Continue reading

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