“If a person’s behavior doesn’t make sense to you,” they write, “it is because you are missing a part of their context. It’s that simple.”
At its heart, philosophy is not a department alongside other disciplines; it lies underneath. It is the curved spacetime underlying and funneling all other inquiry down into our inmost question: how to live. It’s the connective tissue between architecture, economics, interior design, media technology, social events, time use, and our experience of life.
“In order to survive, we must all come to realize that we do not exist solely for the benefit and development of our individual lives as human beings. Rather, our role as human beings is to evolve into a state of interbeing with the rest of life so that we may join the universal flow that is ever moving toward harmony and balance.”