Category Archives: moral philosophy

World Call In – Are We Addicted to Money?

World Call In – Are We Addicted to Money?

What is money?  What is it good for?  Do we need it for the things we really need?  The answers to these questions may seem obvious… but maybe we need to examine them more closely.  Maybe it’s time for a re-think. http://bridgesprogramming.com/shows/2015-04-01-WCI-Are_We_Addicted_to_Money.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More Listen In

Sunday on the Front Stoop

Sunday on the Front Stoop

Only a closed mind is certain.  This statement helps us remember that what we think we understand and know is just the very beginning. Openness, generousity, compassion, curiousity, these and other related human quaities will help us to new realizations and discoveries.  And every one of us is capable of contributing.  We are talking on… Listen In

Bridges Programming – The Science of Intent: Dr. Bob Johnson

Bridges Programming – The Science of Intent: Dr. Bob Johnson

Dr. Bob Johnson’s ebook, The Science of Intent can be found on his website, truthtrustconsent.com and the first chapter can be downloaded there. In this first chapter, which we will read from and comment on, Dr. Johnson askes the question “do we have choice?”  He suggests an analogy to football where the audience is watching… Listen In

Knowing things, Believing things

Knowing things, Believing things

What’s really wrong with human civilization?  More than you think (is my contention).  Do we know anything that can help us make sense of the human-created reality that is destroying the ecosystem and spreading depression and hopelessness across the planet?  Is there anything we can know?  Is that the question?  Or is it: what do… Listen In

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