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Transcript of Episode 80 – Daniel Schmachtenberger on Better Sensemaking



The following is a rough transcript which has not been revised by The Jim Rutt Show or by Daniel Schmachtenberger. Please check with us before using any quotations from this transcript. Thank you. Jim: Today’s guest is Daniel Schmachtenberger. Daniel’s central interest is longterm civilization design, developing better collective capacities for sense-making and meaning-making to … Continue reading Transcript of Episode 80 – Daniel Schmachtenberger on Better Sensemaking


Transcript of Episode 59 – Gregg Henriques on Unifying Psychology



The following is a rough transcript which has not been revised by The Jim Rutt Show or by Gregg Henriques. Please check with us before using any quotations from this transcript. Thank you. Jim: Today’s guest is Gregg Henriques, professor and core faculty member in James Madison University’s combined integrative clinical and school psychology doctoral … Continue reading Transcript of Episode 59 – Gregg Henriques on Unifying Psychology


The Jim Rutt Show – Transcripts



Transcript of Episode 95 – Alexander Bard on God in the Internet Age Transcript of Episode 94 – Shahin Farshchi on Self-Driving Tech Transcript of Currents 019: Alexander Beiner on Indigenous Narcissism Transcript of Episode 93 – Brent Cooper on Critique, Consensus & Politics Transcript of Episode 92 – Alexa Clay on Intentional Communities Transcript … Continue reading The Jim Rutt Show – Transcripts


EP93 Brent Cooper on Critique, Consensus & Politics



Brent Cooper talks to Jim about his academic & intellectual background, the under-appreciation of sociology, the meta-crisis, useful critique, time-scales & approaches to solving the meta-crisis, Jim & Brent’s political perspectives, GameB values, monetary theory, smuggling bad ideas, the cost of war, climate change & the Green New Deal, mapping & utilizing metamodernism, the diversity of postmodernism, … Continue reading EP93 Brent Cooper on Critique, Consensus & Politics