17 apr 15 | Jodorowsky, Manual of Psychomagic
The legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky explains how the surreal acts of psychomagic are intended to break apart the dysfunctional persona with whom the patient identifies in order to connect with a deeper, more authentic self, and he provides several hundred successful psychomagic solutions.
9 apr 15 | Wilson, Does Altruism Exist?
One of the world’s leading evolutionists shows that altruism is not categorically good, and how a social theory that goes beyond altruism by focusing on group function can help to improve the human condition in a practical sense. The book puts old controversies to rest and will become the center of debate for decades to come.
1 apr 15 | Basar, Coupland, Obrist, The Age of Earthquakes
The future is happening to us far faster than we thought it would and this quick-fire paperback explains why. Harnessing the images, language and perceptions of our unfurling digital lives, the authors and over 30 contemporary artists invent a glossary of new words to describe how we are truly feeling today.
23 mar 15 | Sirius, Cornell, Transcendence
Transhumanism is an international movement that advocates the use of science and technology to overcome the “natural” limitations experienced by humanity: Ending aging, gaining greater intelligence, and conquering the stars, among a plethora of other alterations to what has been the ordinary human condition.
17 mar 15 | Powell, Magic Mushroom Explorer
Interweaving the most recent scientific studies in the United States and Great Britain, more than 25 years of sacred mushroom exploration, and behind-the-scenes details on the political wars against psychedelics, Simon Powell offers a guide to safely navigating and maximizing the healing and spiritual potential of psilocybin.
9 mar 15 | Hubbard, Conscious Evolution
The noted futurist highlights the tremendous potential of newfound scientific knowledge, technological advances, and compassionate spirituality and illustrates the opportunities that each of us has to fully participate in this exciting stage of human history. We will bring forth all that is within us and not only save ourselves, but evolve our world.
2 mar 15 | Martel, Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artifice
Drawing on examples ranging from Paleolithic cave paintings to modern pop music and building on the ideas of James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Gilles Deleuze, Carl Jung, and others, Jean-François Martel argues that art is an inborn human phenomenon that precedes the formation of culture and even society. Art is free of politics and ideology.