Feb 28, 2022
Taking a break from narrating "Meaningness And Time" to give
you a standalone essay by the author, David Chapman, which I call
the Bridge essay. It will be helpful in our next few episodes, in
which "Meaningness And Time" describes the counter-cultures'
renegotiation of the relationship between self and society.
The Bridge essay provides the urgency behind this entire
audiobook podcast, and the reason I titled the podcast "Fluidity".
When I first read it in 2020, that was the moment I decided I
wanted to narrate David Chapman's work on my podcast.
The Bridge essay references Chapman's summary of Robert
Kegan's framework of adult cognitive development, which I narrated
on this episode:
Original text of Chapman's summary of Kegan here:
Yesterday I encouraged David Chapman to link from the Bridge
essay to an enlightening recent article by John Nerst on his blog
Everything Studies (later published in Aero Magazine) clarifying
the difference between postmodernism and "pseudo-pomo":
Original music by Kevin MacLeod.
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