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Flat White

The spatiotemporal source of our culture war confusion

23 August 2023

4:30 AM

23 August 2023

4:30 AM

There is a growing movement of intellectuals pushing the belief that consciousness is all around us. It’s not a new idea, but in the context of the culture war, its popularity appears to be driven by the progressive agenda. Most academics are leftists, anyway. But, others are adjusting their message to suit the progressive agenda because it attracts the attention they crave.

I can’t deny that consciousness could be the fabric of the universe and that this belief dissolves psychological barriers between people.

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