Angry and Vulgar: The Fruits of Incivility

Jeff Salzman Free, Perspectives, The Daily Evolver, Video, World Affairs 1 Comment

Donald Trump’s coarseness has proven to be more powerful than most people thought possible. In act two of his presidency he is being met with reciprocal incivility from his opposition, exemplified by newly-elected Congressperson Rashida Tlabid, who promised at a rally to “impeach the motherf*****”. In this episode I explore where and how this “new incivility” is arising, its evolutionary potency, and how it can be – and is being — engaged with more wisdom and intention.

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About Jeff Salzman

Jeff Salzman worked with Ken Wilber for several years in building the Integral Institute. He is a co-founder of Boulder Integral, the first bricks-and-mortar venue dedicated to the development of integral consciousness. These days Jeff provides integrally-inspired commentary on politics and culture on Integral Life and The Daily Evolver.

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  1. I really enjoyed this daily evolver. Something we all need to subscribe to for mental health is what to be angry about and what to let be. I learnt to do this 10 or so years ago. Who’d have thought the Quakers had anything to teach us? IT helps me to understand things so I can more easily accept them and not build up anger. I’m sure there is something there for sufferers of depression and anxiety. #infinitelove

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