Post-Materialism in Tech, Healthcare and Social Justice with Dr. Marjorie Woollacott (Part 2)

Ilia Delio and Robert Nicastro interview neuroscientist and author Marjorie Woollacott. In Part 2, Ilia, Robert and Majorie discuss the need for a deeper, relational ontology of our conscious experience to promote healthier relationships between our bodies and the world. Robert and Ilia also ask Marjorie about the challenges of introducing post-materialism to modern medicine and how post-materialism furthers social justice.

About Marjorie Woollacott

“The experiences I and others have had may not fit into theories of traditional neuroscience, but if they are true, and I believe they are, it is time for neuroscience theory to expand.”

Marjorie Woollacott, Ph.D., is prior chair of the Dept. of Human Physiology, and member of the Institute of Neuroscience, at the University of Oregon. She is President of the Academy for the Advancement of Post-Materialist Sciences and Research Director for the International Association of Near-Death Studies. Woollacott has received over 7.2 million dollars in research funding for her research in rehabilitation medicine, meditation, spiritual awakening and end-of-life experiences, has published scientific articles and written nine books, including Infinite Awareness and Spiritual Awakenings: Scientists and Academics Describe Their Experiences.

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