Researchers analyzed the genomes of 524 never before-studied ancient people, including the first genome of an individual from the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. Insights answer longstanding que… Source: Largest-ever ancient-DNA study illuminates millennia of South and Central Asian prehistory – Darwiniana
The hypernomic which inherits the obsolete mantle of the ‘spiritual’ is the undiscovered country of future science but so far is barely hinted at in the confusions of religious history … Source: Science, the hypernomic and a future left – 1848+: The End(s) of History
We have indicated something of what might move to fill the vacuum left by the passing of xtianity: The secular sphere has been taken over by a reductionist scientism, but the field of the many new … Source: The prophetic futurism of early socialism… – 1848+: The End(s) of History
Red Forty-eight Group: revolutionary communism as a demiurgic projection? February 7th, 2017 http://darwiniana.com/?s=bennett+revolution+demiurgic+powers Last year we had a series of posts on the mystery of materialist revolutionism seen as a projection of demiurgic action in the sense of Bennett (we have proposed a constant reworking of the terms, e.g. devangelic, as a reminder to not … Continue reading A New Age Left?
The issue of evolution is scrambled by reductionist science but we can get a rough idea of the real problem with evolutionary theories by looking at the eonic effect which rapidly shows what is mis… Source: The real complexity of evolution – Darwiniana
As readers of The Gurdjieff Con blog know the question of buddhism is ultra-tricky with all sorts of ‘appearance’ and ‘deep reality’ issues. Buddhism has a robust literature… Source: maybe this article is kidding…??How Marxism and Buddhism complement each other …??? – 1848+: The End(s) of History
If we haven't made that point clear yet, wouldn't know what to say. We can see both the problem and its expose in the coming of gurdjieff (and Blavatsky to some extent. The sufi world is especially confusing and insidious. Much in that world is innocuous, but the whole realm is entirely obscure and treacherous. … Continue reading Saying goodbye to sufism…(and islam, christianity…)