Zap at the Boulder Evolver on the Singularity Archetype and the Evolutionary Event Horizon

On October 12, 2012 Jonathan gave a talk on the Singularity Archetype and the evolutionary event horizon at the Boulder Evolver. The first 40 minutes are available as two Youtubes:

Part 1:

Part 2:

You can also listen to the complete audio of the talk hosted on

About Jonathan Zap

Jonathan Zap is a contributing editor for Reality Sandwich, and writer/explorer of themes emerging from the collective unconscious as we hurtle toward an evolutionary event horizon. He's an author, philosopher, journalist, and teacher who has written extensively on psychology and contemporary mythology. He graduated from Ursinus College with honors in Philosophy and English and received his Masters degree in English from NYU. Jonathan has worked as a staff gemologist and instructor for the Gemological Institute of America. He has taught English in high school and college and worked with troubled youth as the dean of a South Bronx High School. As a wilderness guide, Jonathan has led inner city kids and other young people on expeditions to remote desert canyons and to the summit of Mount Rainer.

One comment

  1. I’m surprised you didn’t mention this:

    It was clearly designed to meet your criteria.

    I love the Singularity Archetype. I’ve enjoyed both kinds. These metabolize pretty much any and all leftover unresolved tension about anything. Whatever questions aren’t answered for you, will find their end here. Once and for all.