Thank you. I’m glad it clicked. And your additional reasons will be part of the next try at this. The real challenge is to make sense with the very complex in less than seven minutes of reading. We know that is the max before most people drop off into TL;DR. I pushed this to nine minutes because I thought I needed the history. Obviously I’m trying to drag this down out of the obscure philosophical clouds.
I really wanted to segue to cyborg and sentient AI as that is a big part of the emerging world view. But that ends up in full virtual realities that, I think, is the actual path to the end goals of archetypal psychology. That is taking some work to see if it can flow that way and no one else that I know of has done more than mention this.
But, in the here and now, that is totally spooky for the folks caught in a disintegrating world order. It shouldn’t be but these things just widen the gap and plays directly to evolutionary bifurcation.
The key to remember, I think, is that the newer world is diverse and inclusive with all previous human world forms reorganized and, at least partially, included. Much more than in the crude dual magisterium of science and religion. That should be comforting but in already polarized and propagandized societies everything is seen as a threat by those who feel threatened.
You can’t escape complexity and the restructuring (disappearance) of time and space. So it’s really hard to make destruction of someone’s desperately held reality a pleasant and illuminating experience.
Talk about interesting times. . .