Archive for February, 2006

Constructing a More Reality-Based Version of Myself: Bare Brains Episode Three

Monday, February 27th, 2006

Life can be more fun when you know who you are: how the idea of myself emerges from the workings of my brain, and how understanding that process changes the idea of myself. News!: November 30, 2008. I’ve transcribed the original podcast, with almost no editing, and it’s now available as text, which can be […]

Pot-smoking, Drug-abusing Womanizer Gets Sober and Happy: Bare Brains Episode Two

Friday, February 10th, 2006

A pot-smoking, drug-abusing womanizer, I got sober and happy, thanks to evolutionary determinism, AA, and good luck, but not without considerable confusion and anxiety. The story begins, after a brief introduction, with a recording I made on tape 22 years ago, in which I describe how I found my womanizing–along with every other aspect of […]