John’s recent injury puts the topic of death on his mind. Nikita and John talk about death through the lens of Russian philosophy, quantum mechanics, information theory, psychedelic experiences, and simply being somebody who will eventually die.
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Posted:Oct 6, 2021
Psychopolitica | Oct 6, 2021 | Nikita Petrov & John Horgan
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