In December, I was part of a “Philosophy and Ecology of Mind” panel at the American Anthropological Assn. Annual Meeting in San Francisco (themed Borders and Crossings). Among those in our group were Jason Wirth, Timothy Morton, and Sarah Williams. My paper, “Global Ecological Mind,” extended my work on geodesic universal vector geometry (UVG) in Plato and the role of social media in revitalizing our understanding of history, cycles, and the nature of “place” and “space.”
To the right is a picture of the UVG.