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Dispatches on emotion, consciousness, and identity
Rami Gabriel Ph.D.
If cinema reveals our dreams, then the lonely characters in space films are simply representations of us on earth cosseted by beaming screens and cut off from human contact.
Do we decide what’s fair based upon reasoned judgments or emotions? Considering that our emotions are always on call, this could very well be a trick question.
Interdisciplinarity is an attempt to connect the insights of various disciplines across epistemological landscapes with different horizons.
The question an overpopulated Earth must reckon with is to whom we extend the privileges of humanity.
The secular world is a continuation of Renaissance humanism, but what do the roots of this tradition tell us about its chances for survival in this unnamable present?
The culture of amusement and consumerism, the narcissism of identity games, and drug use as responses to the unnamable present.
How does an individual deal with the massive complexity of day-to-day life in our times?
The world is complicated these days; it has gotten to the point where even having a self is tricky business.
Rami Gabriel, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychology at Columbia College Chicago, where he is a founding Fellow of the Research Group in Mind, Science and Culture.