The limits of my language mean the limits of my world: a new lexicon for a troubled planet.
The scale of the climate crisis leaves us bereft of a language to adequately conceive of it. But can deliberate and provocative thinking around that language offer us tools to cope? A conversation between environmental philosopher Glenn Albrecht, and writer and science communicator Britt Wray.
143: A great sense of belonging
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142: Temporal arbitrage
141: Sell your ceiling then, amigo
A Dream in Which I Dreamed I Forgot My Dream - We Must Love Each Other or We Must Die 009
No grand unifying theme for this one, just a downbeat and mostly unabrasive January journey of many strings, occasional muffled beats, and blustery wintery pathways trodden through the woods.
140: Spelunking in caves of irrationality
139: Treasure never hunted
Who is the Future for?
It’s a busy time in the futurist mines, but who gets to do the futuring? And who is left out? An interview with professor Devon Powers on how whiteness colours visions of the future, and why afrofuturism can serve as an alternative model for engaging with futurity.
138: Omens we could do without
137: The world becomes all kestrel
136: In spite of ourselves
Sort of a Squirrel Thing – We Must Love Each Other or We Must Die 008
Less quiet than usual, and longer, because we're all inside. Strange company for solitude — a not always tranquil companion. Connie Converse sets us on our way, while Murray Schafer and Sterling Hayden are on hand to help us explore silence, touch, labour rights, and revolution.