Psychedelic research is on the rise, but unfortunately it is largely dominated by scientists working from an entirely unverified assumption.
The scope of scientific endeavor has been restrained by the dogmas of naive realism and materialism, and the study of experience could be the new way forward.
The eight circuit model of consciousness proposed by Timothy Leary and championed by Robert Anton Wilson is fraught with issues, even as an analogy.
Introducing a perceptual filter for thinking about reality without absolutes; and a call for a new basis of investigation of phenomena based on experience.
An inevitable consequence of discussing philosophical Idealism is a rejection based on it's implications regarding solipsism, but what underlies those implications?
Dispelling the myths of objectivity by viewing reality as a process rather than a thing.
What if the worldview of scientific materialism is preventing us exploring one of the most important aspects of living - dying?