I'm letting you know that my chapter is published in a book here: http://www.igi-global.com/book/rethinking-machine-ethics-age-ubiquitous/125523
It's heavily influenced by Jung's work and (my understanding of) active imagination both in methodology and topics, so check it out. It's called the most difficult chapter in the Preface (available for free).
Some of you are aware of it. Some people out there are also aware of it. Aware of what? I've been thinking for awhile about playing with this hypothesis: in order for us to be self-aware and even alive (free will, metabolism --> self-repair --> reproduction, strange loops, reversed entropy, self-awareness, teleology, ...), there seem to be moments when time is running backwards.
Here are some examples what someone (for instance me) would be able to achieve if the hypothesis was…Continue
Sooner or later, anyone interested in C.G. Jung will hear/read about synchronicity. In my case it was later, when I already agreed with him about many things psychological. How does one's (positive or negative) attitude about mysticism and paranormal phenomena influence people's opinion about other Jung's ideas and motivation to study him at all?
I shall mention here some websites about some serious institutions and people interested in "the realization that the reductionist program in science may be reaching the stage of diminishing returns" (http://www.c4cp.org/), "non-linear dynamic (complex) behaviour in management" and "personal development" (http://www.gsb.uct.ac.za/s.asp?p=292), and "the significance of anticipatory…Continue