Interview with Brent Potter
Fascinating interview with Brent Potter discussing R.D. Laing, Iain McGilchrist, trauma, the American mind, and how to embrace the Unknown.
In a wonderful conversation with Richard Hill, the author compellingly analyses the social contexts for personal feelings of destructiveness and distress, how dominant media and cultural narratives foster an inability to tolerate ambiguity or nuance (for example, through easy constructions of good/evil, us/them), and any how apparently destructive behaviours may be paradoxical manifestations of attempts at survival. All that and Metanoia too!