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Iain McGilchrist and Caroline Ross in conversation
Caroline Ross is a Taoist writer, artist and teacher interested in the embodied life and art where earth matters. She founded Great River T’ai Chi School in 2002 and her first book ‘Found And Ground’ will be published by Search Press in UK and USA summer 2023. She can be found at Uncivil Savant and in books and courses of the Dark Mountain Project.

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Iain McGilchrist and John Cleese on neuroscience and creativity
Part 1: Are you insane?
How To Academy
Live on stage, John Cleese and Dr Iain McGilchrist come together to explore the place of imagination in our lives and culture, drawing both comedy, neuroscience, philosophy, and creativity – in an exclusive How To Academy conversation.
John Cleese co-founded Monty Python, the comedy troupe responsible for the sketch show Monty Python’s Flying Circus and the four Monty Python films: And Now for Something Completely Different, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Life of Brian and The Meaning of Life. In the mid-1970s, Cleese co-wrote and starred in the British sitcom Fawlty Towers. Later, he co-starred in A Fish Called Wanda and Fierce Creatures. He also starred in Clockwise, and has appeared in many other films, including two James Bond films, two Harry Potter films, and the last three Shrek films. On YouTube, his appearances on The Graham Norton Show (with Lee Mack and Taylor Swift), on SCR2 (with Bill Burr, Jerry Seinfeld and Ricky Gervais), MetaMeet, BritBox (Policewomen sketch), RadioCentre (with Matthew Wright on blacklisting himself from Cambridge University), Byline TV, The Nightly Show, Robert Grimsby, Late night with Seth Meyers, Real Time with Bill Maher, LiveTalks LA, BBC Newsnight, Rebel Wisdom (on philosophy, spirituality and political correctness), Team CoCo Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Tom Tom Foundation – have amassed tens of millions of views combined.

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Iain McGilchrist and John Cleese on neuroscience and creativity
Part 2: Why the world is anxious
How To Academy

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Iain McGilchrist and John Cleese on neuroscience and creativity
Part 3: Trust your unconscious

How To Academy

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Iain McGilchrist and John Cleese on neuroscience and creativity
Part 4: The brain needs humour

How To Academy
Live on stage, John Cleese and Dr Iain McGilchrist come together to explore the place of imagination in our lives and culture, drawing both comedy, neuroscience, philosophy, and creativity – in an exclusive How To Academy conversation.

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Dr Iain McGilchrist & John Cutting discuss schizophrenia and philosophy
Wikipedia — John Cutting

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Dr Iain McGilchrist and Mark Tyrrell Discuss the Coronavirus Situation

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Iain McGilchrist and Michael Levin in conversation
Michael Levin is a synthetic biologist at Tufts University, where he is the Vannevar Bush Distinguished Professor. He is a director of the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University and Tufts Center for Regenerative and Developmental Biology.

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Iain McGilchrist, Michael Levin and Richard Watson conversation 2
See previous item for information about Michael Levin. Similar information about Richard Watson remains elusive.

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Iain McGilchrist, Michael Levin and Richard Watson conversation 3

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Iain McGilchrist, Michael Levin and Richard Watson conversation 4

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Iain McGilchrist, Michael Levin and Richard Watson conversation 5

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Iain McGilchrist con Jorge Fontevecchia – Entrevista Completa
Tiene una implicación moral la forma en que elegimos prestar atención al mundo: Periodismo Puro
Spanish voiceover

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Dr Iain McGilchrist discusses his new book, The Matter With Things

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Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Ash Ranpura
dotMD Conference

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Iain McGilchrist in conversation with the Swedish publishers of The Master and His Emissary

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Dr Iain McGilchrist on his path to medicine through literature
In this clip, kindly donated by the makers of The Divided Brai movie, Iain McGilchrist discusses the mind body connection, and what inspired him to study medicine.

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ML192 Iain McGilchrist on The Matter with Things, Paths to Understanding & Answering Big Questions
MetaLearn: Who are we? What is the world? How can we understand consciousness, matter, space and time? Do we have a purpose? What is the divine? Our answers to these questions are important because our view of humanity and the world around us shapes what we do and how we live.
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While our current perspective has allowed us to make remarkable progress in increasing our material wealth and extending our lifespans, the costs of this worldview are catching up with us, including the assault on nature and destruction of culture. What we need is a new way of thinking – one that takes the best of the progress we have made but restores the important values we seem to have lost.

Iain McGilchrist has taken on this challenge. In his new book The Matter with Things, which forms the basis for today’s conversation, Iain uses the disciplines of neurology, philosophy and physics to tackle the big questions and paint a new picture of humanity and the world.

In the episode, we speak about:

– The key differences between the left and right hemispheres and how they shape your view of the world
– The 4 pathways to understanding – science, reason, intuition & imagination
– How the big problems we face including the assault on Nature, destruction of Culture and dismissal of the Divine are all related

We also talk about the significance of morality, the nature of truth and beauty and the intersection of science and religion. This was a genuinely perspective shifting conversation that will change the way you look at yourself and the world around you.

Contents

  • Introducing Iain [01:10]
  • What is the connection between Iain’s two books “The Master and His Emissary” and “The Matter with Things”? [03:56]
  • How do the two brain hemispheres work together in helping us understand and navigate the world? [07:36]
  • How do the seven portals of knowledge relate to each other? In what ways is attention a moral act? [09:45]
  • What signs in today’s world demonstrate what a left hemisphere-dominated view looks like? [18:52]
  • How did Heraclitus and Parmenides shape the western world? [20:52]
  • How do the right left hemispheres relate to logos and mythos? [24:27]
  • How is science limited in our understanding of the world? Why is there a need to acknowledge these limitations? [28:46]
  • How are the four pathways of understanding – science, reason, intuition & imagination – related? [32:38]
  • How do the two modes of knowing apply to reason? Why is context crucial to reason? [36:01]
  • What is intuition? Why is there a notion that intuition is unreliable? [38:01]
  • What is imagination? How does it differ from fantasy? [44:54]
  • Why is imagination critical in science? [48:35]
  • How do the two hemispheres shape morality? [52:12]
  • How does Iain think about the dichotomies that currently dictate our existence? [58:15]
  • Why do we know less and live worse than the people before us? [01:02:32]
  • What is the hierarchy of values according to German philosopher Max Scheler? [01:10:37]
  • In inverting the pyramid of values, has money become our religion and the biggest means to live a fulfilling life? [01:15:20]
  • Why does Iain consider the chapter of his book on the sacred as the hardest thing he’s done in his life? [01:19:55]
  • How does understanding the hemispheres and the different modes of knowledge apply practically in our lives? [01:24:50]
  • Closing remarks [01:29:37]

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Dr Iain McGilchrist on the physiological effects of poetry, literature and music
This clip was kindly donated by the makers of The Divided Brain movie.

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Dr Iain McGilchrist reads part 1 of the introduction from his new book The Matter with Things

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Dr Iain McGilchrist reads part 2 of the introduction from his new book The Matter with Things

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Dr Iain McGilchrist reflecting on his early education
This clip was kindly donated by the makers of ‘The Divided Brain’ movie.

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Iain McGilchrist, Rupert Sheldrake and Àlex Gómez-Marín in conversation

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Iain McGilchrist Λ John Vervaeke: God, Being, and Meaning
John Vervaeke, a cognitive scientist and philosopher at the University of Toronto, has been working on the concept of Cognitive Science of Wisdom.

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Imagination: A Way to Remake the World
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Phoebe Tickell

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Imagination and the novelist’s art
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Salley Vickers
Salley Vickers is a former psychoanalyst and university lecturer in literature. She now writes full time and lectures on the connections between literature, psychology and religion. She is the author of Miss Garnet’s Angel and other novels.

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Imagination and Truth
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Roger Wagner and Malcolm Guite

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Intergenerational Wisdom for a World Unravelling
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Isabela Granic

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Intersection of Consciousness and Matter
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Rupert Sheldrake
McGilchrist and Sheldrake delve into a spectrum of profound subjects, touching upon the essential role of spirituality in human endeavors, the revitalization of spiritual practices, and the fundamental structure of the cosmos. They discuss panpsychism’s implications for the interconnection of consciousness and matter, the enduring nature of memory, the archetypal forms that underpin our reality, and the subtle energy fields that animate existence. The conversation also navigates the terrain of values and the purpose they serve in our lives.

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Is creativity essential to understanding the Universe?
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Roger Penrose
The Institute of Art and Ideas

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Is Love the Source and Sustenance of Everything in the Universe?
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with D C Schindler
The Meaning Code

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Is Modern Society Schizophrenic?
Iain McGilchrist discusses the ‘devitalization’ of society, in which people are described as machines or zombies, and whether this is similar to schizophrenia.

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Is Moral Space Curved?
This is a clip from the May 2022 live Q&A session with Iain McGilchrist and members of Channel McGilchrist who have the opportunity to ask questions in advance or post them in the chat during the session itself. The question asked by one member is in response to a seminar with Iain in April 2022 with The Centre for Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred, on A Sense of the Sacred, where he mentioned that “moral space is curved”. The question, “During the presentation for the lecture on A Sense of the Sacred on April 24th, Dr McGilchrist stated that moral space is curved. The concept is intriguing, indeed. An elaboration of this idea interests me” is relayed by Mary Attwood who helps to moderate these sessions for Channel McGilchrist, and the member who asked the question can also be heard slightly later in the discussion.

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Is Our Internal Moral Compass Being Destroyed?
Iain McGilchrist discusses the effect adherence to external circumstances has on our internal moral compass.

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Is there hope for our world today?
In this clip, Iain McGilchrist discusses the ‘duty’ of hope, and why he considers himself to be a hopeful pessimist.

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It’s Impossible to Overrate the Importance of Context
Iain McGilchrist discusses the importance of context, and why society seems to be drifting towards a more left-hemispheric way of thinking.

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John Cleese & Dr Iain McGilchrist on Creativity, Humour and the Meaning of Life | Part 1

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John Cleese & Dr Iain McGilchrist on Creativity, Humour and the Meaning of Life | Part 2

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John Cleese & Dr Iain McGilchrist on Creativity, Humour and the Meaning of Life | Part 3

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Jubilee Day Dialogue
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Federico Faggin
The Scientific & Medical Network

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The Left Hemisphere is Arrogant and Hubristic
Iain McGilchrist discusses why a degree of hesitancy is rational, and the danger of dealing with issues in society in a linear way.

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Look out. Orlando Wood on the brain, advertising and a world that’s turning inwards
Orlando Wood (Chief Innovation Officer at System1 Group) talks to Mary Attwood from Channel McGilchrist about his latest book, Look out (Amazon UK), an advertising guide for a world that’s turning inwards. Drawing on the work of Dr Iain McGilchrist, Look out is a study of attention and its implications for advertising. It describes how our attention narrows following periods of technological disruption and how this can result in increased levels of detachment, fear and aggression – as Wood puts it – in culture turning inwards. This is the context in which advertising is being made today, and Wood reveals this narrowing of attention in the advertising sounds and images around us – the rigid ‘stare’, the loss of human vitality, the overuse of the word, the rhythmic soundtrack, its stasis and symmetry. Using attention, emotion and business effectiveness data, Look out shows how this kind of advertising, far from drawing people in, pushes audiences away. When companies move online they lose their physical availability, and so too their mental availability. Brand building advertising therefore becomes more important because it maintains the mental availability that is otherwise lost. To create the effective and memorable advertising that’s needed, Look out urges advertisers to capture the ‘broad-beam’ attention of audiences. The book describes how this can be achieved through advertising with an appreciation of human uniqueness, movement and ‘betweenness’, with character, incident and place, with humour, music and warmth of colour. But to succeed the industry must broaden its attentional plane, Wood argues – it must look out.

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Mark Solms, Anil Seth, Iain McGilchrist and Donald Hoffman
New Consciousness Paradigms | The Weekend University

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The Master and his Emissary
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Charles Eisenstein

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The Master and his Emissary
Why is the brain so clearly and profoundly divided? The difference between right and left hemispheres has been puzzled over for centuries. We now know the left hemisphere is detail-oriented, prefers mechanisms to living things, and is inclined to self-interest, where the right hemisphere has greater breadth, flexibility and generosity. And yet, despite the left hemisphere’s inferior grasp of reality, why is it increasingly taking precedence in the modern world, with potentially disastrous consequences?

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Matter is a Relative Matter, Part 1
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Matt Shaw
A vital conversation for those interested in exploring the Eight Forms of Capital.
Permaculture Magazine

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Matter is a Relative Matter, Part 2
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Brian Catling
Permaculture Magazine

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Matter is a Relative Matter, Part 3
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Maurice Manning
Permaculture Magazine

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The Matter with Things
Excerpted from Iain McGilchrist’s lecture: Recovering our humanity

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The Matter with Things
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Rebel Wisdom co-founder David Fuller

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The Matter with Things
Q&A with Iain McGilchrist
The Faraday Institute for Science & Religion

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The Matter with Things by Dr Iain McGilchrist was published on 9th November 2021
“It has been a very interesting experience writing this book. It is almost as though the book took over me and my life and demanded to be written. In it, I try to convey a whole way of looking at – or better – being in the world. As readers of The Master and His Emissary will know, I believe that our vision has been hijacked by a brain system that evolved merely in order to help us manipulate the world, not to understand it…”

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The Matter with Things – Dr Iain McGilchrist on epistemology and metaphysics
Philosophy Babble — The Great Minds Series

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Timestamps

0:00 Intro
2:18 Welcoming Iain
2:33 Question 1
2:45 Iain on the time it took to write and what inspire him to write the book
6:15 Question 2
6:27 Iain summariseS what vol. 1 and. 2 entails
11:38 Question 3
12:45 Iain on Creativity and the important of it and the link with mental health
19:19 Ivy questioned Iain on the Science of Life
19:44 Iain on what he means with “organism is not a machine”
24:07 Iain’s view on our culture obsession on AI, Computation and Materverse
25:48 Ivy questioned Iain on Chapter 20 The Coincidence of the Opposite
26:41 Iain profoundly describes chapter 20 beautifully
32:54 Ivy’s opening up the floor for Q&A
33:06 Prakash’s question
33:47 Iain on life in general
37:18 Ary’s question
38:33 Iain on the meaning of dual aspect of monism
41:19 Kyle’s question
43:16 Iain on flow, creativity and Karl Jung
48:01 Kyle’s comparing Karl Jung with Iain
49:13 Willi’s philosophy
53:59 Iain find time to Philosophise with Willi
57:13 Willi’s question
59:39 Iain on the Jacob’s ladder
01:01:54 Alice’s question
01:03:00 Iain explaining the aspect of non-duality duality
01:06:59 Victoria’s question
01:07:31 Iain on the brain and the matter with mental health
01:12:00 Deep’s question
01:15:08 Iain on the structure of DNA and Jacob ladder
01:18:52 Vinod’s question
01:19:38 Iain on not practising medicine and on writing book
01:20:51 Luca’s question
01:22:11 Iain poetry and art
01:24:44 Victoria G
01:25:41 Ivy’s last question to Iain
01:25:48 Iain on his hope for future scientists

The Matter with Things | Realisation Festival 2023
Iain McGilchrist
Perspectiva — Perspectives on Systems, Souls and Society

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The Matter with Things: The Case for Shifting Our Attention
Iain McGilchrist | Hosted by Dr. Ameer Shaheed
Geneva Graduate Institute’s Fabrique de la Paix

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The Matter with Things: Peterson and McGilchrist
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Jordan Peterson

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McGilchrist’s Wager & the Human Role
Iain McGilchrist, John Vervaeke & Daniel Schmachtenberger
Excerpted from The Psychological Drivers of the Metacrisis

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The Mind-blowing Impact of “Balancing Hemispheres”
The Bio-Individual Channel

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Chapters

00:01 Introduction Clip
00:10 Introduction video
05:00 Part 1 — recording start and some words on Iain McGilchrist’s work
20:50 How has Kevin applied this work?
29:50 Intermission 1
34:05 Part 2 – The paradox of this work — danger in accessing the right hemisphere
44:20 Rebelling against the rebels
01:02:00 How does the self play into left brain consciousness?
01:22:49 Intermission 2
01:10:50 Part 3 — The self and evolved feature that’s out of control
01:36:00 Some outcomes of the work — living well
01:45:00 Completion, outro song and socials

The Movement Between Heaven and Earth: William Blake’s Image of Jacob’s Ladder

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The Mythos and the Machine
Science Fiction with Damien Walter

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00:00:00 Introduction
00:01:50 Is Iain McGilchrist a scifi fan?
00:07:05 Iain McGilchrist’s work and philosophy
00:17:34 Reason vs Rationalisation
00:22:30 Kubrick’s 2001 and the hemispheres
00:27:14 Why do we take everything literally now?
00:34:41 The myths that form us
00:43:22 How do we reconnect to the mythos?
00:49:36 Campbell, Jung and the synthetic mythos
00:55:27 Creativity and the hemispheres
01:03:27 Is the right hemisphere the source?
01:07:00 The mythos and the machine
01:15:27 AI and administration
01:24:42 Is myth the true reality?
01:39:24 What does a better balanced future look like?

Navigating beyond materialism
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Freddy Drabble
Chasing Consciousness #15

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PART 1
00:00 In communication with the world itself
06:30 Taking the implicit apart and out of context: disembodying it
12:00 John Cutting: noticing consequences of right hemisphere damage
14:40 The differences between the hemispheres shown in many studies
27:00 The Left Brain Interpreter: Denial and invention by the right hemisphere
29:15 Scientism: the belief that science can explain everything
30:48 Imagination and intuition in scientific discovery
31:45 You can’t measure some things like love and consciousness
33:10 Reason suggests there are immaterial things
34:30 Science refutes what it can’t explain rather than respecting the yet unexplained
36:30 The right hand grasps and the left hand explores
37:40 We only know about matter because of consciousness
42:00 Navigating beyond materialism

PART 2
55:00 Implications of the Observer Effect and Quantum Entanglement
57:30 The world changes depending on your attention
58:00 Panpsychism on the up in Anglo-American Analytic philosophy: Galen Strawson and Christian De Quincy etc.
01:03:45 Some things are trans-rational like music and love
01:06:45 Like the phases of water, neither consciousness or matter is primary
01:12:00 Could a computer have big picture left hemisphere reason?
01:14:00 Cells have intelligent novel reactions to the environment, genes store the map
01:19:00 Iain’s new book “The Matter with Things: Our brains, our delusions and the unmaking of the world
01:22:00 Why the drop in happiness despite a rise in standard of living?
01:25:45 The 3 scientifically proved secrets to health and happiness: Social connection, connection to nature, a sense of the sacred
01:29:00 Gene Twenge: problems assessing happiness
01:30:00 Unpacking the sacred: The tao that can be named cannot be the tao
01:36:00 Making the effort: learning to swim by jumping into the water
01:41:45 Science and the sacred are compatible

Neuroscience to master your attention
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Mahon McCann

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0:00 intro
0:29 Functioning of the Two Cerebral Hemispheres
1:10 Attention in Perception and Understanding
1:45 The Influence of Context on Perception
3:11 Attention on Future Perception and Behavior
5:35 Hemispheric Differences & Culture
13:39 The Role of Attention in Understanding Reality
15:52 Values in Perception and Attention
34:00 The Illusion of Materialistic Satisfaction
37:51 The Role of Dopamine and Addiction in Our Lives
47:29 The Threat of Technology and AI on Human Relationships
50:17 The Importance of Humanities in Education

Of Sound Mind: Sound and Betweenness
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Professor Nina Kraus
Nina Kraus is a Hugh Knowles Professor at Northwestern University. Her book Of Sound Mind: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World can be ordered from Amazon UK.

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On Beauty (And the Coming Together of Opposites)
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Mark Tyrrell, co-founder of Uncommon Knowledge
In this clip Iain McGilchrist discusses beauty, and the characterisation of beauty as the harmony produced by the coming together of opposites.

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On betweenness, music, and how we attend to the world

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On Death, Mortality and Boredom.
Iain McGilchrist discusses death and mortality, as well as boredom and why overcoming a challenge is an important part of fulfilment in life.

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On education, the humanities and universities

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On mindfulness and the right hemisphere

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On the nature of reality: the limits of materialism
Iain McGilchrist in conversation with Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury
The Institute of Art and Ideas
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One Thing You Need To Do To Be Wise
In this clip Iain McGilchrist discusses decisiveness, and how the brain’s hemispheres make judgements.

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Orlando Wood on Advertising, the Brain Hemispheres and the Crisis in Creativity
Orlando Wood is chief innovation officer at market research firm System1 Group,.

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“Our Culture is Becoming More Autistic” – Iain McGilchrist

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Left-brain thinking will destroy civilisation | Transcript of a conversation between Iain McGilchrist and Freddie Sayers, Executive Editor of UnHerd, on UnHerd website

Left Brain & Right Brain: 20 Brain Hemisphere Differences from “The Master and His Emissary” on Sloww.co website

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