We know what we are, but not what we may be

27 January 2011

This essay attempts to trace a personal journey from a liberal humanist stance to an awareness of non-dualism within the altering landscape of contemporary advances in technology. My fundamental argument is that the single inimitable characteristic of human consciousness is an ability to encompass non-dual thought and that this capacity can a priori not be copied, scanned or uploaded into an informational matrix that operates through bi-polar antimonies.