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- Social philosopher Daniel Schmachtenberger explains why the capacity to hold the relationships between many perspectives at once can inform our choice-making and help us navigate reality.
- Transperspectival thinking is useful in the abstract—like Schmachtenberger’s example of two tribes of dimensional beings—as well as in the real world.
- Try to recall this lesson on transperspectival thinking during your next political debate or discussion and see how it may change your reactions and the way you navigate political realities.
You can learn more from Daniel Schmactenberger at civilizationemerging.com.