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what is the difference between the teleologic living substack and the ctmu substack w regard to content and material available (in general)?

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I guess the biggest difference is that I edit and post the bulk of the content to this one and Chris posts the bulk of the content at UR. Although we often collaborate and discuss our work with eachother, we don't striclty consult with eachother about the content we post.

The focus of this newsletter is the CTMU Teleologic Living Plan, I also include content from our YT channel that may not be public. Chris posts about whatever he is working on and/or whatever is on his mind at the UR substack. There is little, if any, overlap (other than the DW interview, which is available at both substacks). We keep the subscription fees low and post frequent free trials so that everyone can afford to maintain access. Thanks for your interest in our work :)

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Thank you, and anyone close to you for your patience, effort and persistence in the aid of humanity and its quest for a future.

I, and the general population are utterly lost without a summary for quick reference!

✊🏻

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Thanks for mirroring this! When I can afford to I'll be buying all the books (so I have hard copies) and upgrading my membership. Saw behind the veil yesterday (moved me to tears) reality has to be accepted even if it's really solipsistic. 👍

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Thanks for your feedback, Tim! I think it is a helpful page. I'm working on a video version and maybe a doodly version.

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I've always wanted a nice clear list of integral concepts for the CTMU - thanks for providing them.

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Thank you for the clear explanation Gina. I signed up for both. Maybe this Q is not for here but I cant figure out where. I apologize in advance!

Q: I have read an article of Chris where he used an example of a garden and a snail or some kind of small animal and it dealt with the big process of cognition. It entailed basically the point that mathematics leaves out all the processing that goes on in the mind of the mathematician. The details maybe off but do you know the title of this article?

Thank you.

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Yes, that is a great article. We made a short "audiobook" that is available at our channel:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GkU91ORLvg

Feel free to post any other questions regarding where to find particular content here at this substack!

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Thanks, beautiful! Is the written articlealso available still?

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