Conscious vs mechanical evolution: transcending biocentrist social ontologies

@inproceedings{Barnesmoore2016ConsciousVM,
  title={Conscious vs mechanical evolution: transcending biocentrist social ontologies},
  author={Luke Barnesmoore},
  year={2016}
}
This article expounds a new theory of humanity that problematizes the discrete, biomaterialist and materially rational individual of Modernity through sensitivity to the human potential for Conscious Evolution [evolution of the ‘invisible self’, which is to say the cultivation of reason, free will, intuition and the other ‘high epistemological faculties’ that allow humans to actualize the potential for self-mediation of the biological desires and animal (irrational) passions]. After defining… Expand
Conscious evolution, social development and environmental justice

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