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Oct 26, 2018

Jean Robertson joins us to deconstruct the relationship models of the modern world and offer us insight on what humanity might look like if we were to evolve into a post-judgement, collaborative culture.

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***Full Episode Breakdown Below.




- The slippery creative nature of language
- Shifting meaning with language
- Collaboration vs coercion
- Post-judgement; Humanity 3.0
- The coercive mindset and the patriarchy
- Different forms of power
- Unconditional love as an accessible, learnable skill
- It needs to be more than just intellectualism
- The central role of the kitchen sink
- The lived experience of the collaborative model
- Relationships in the collaborative model
- Nothing is wrong, and no one is to blame
- A new definition of thinking
- Putting unconditional love in the Cultural Commons
- The meaning of meaning

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