Daniel Dick, Cadell Last, Kevin Orosz

daniel dick, Cadell last, kevin orosz

Sex, Masculinity and God—Future discourses on sexuality, men and spirituality

Daniel Dick
Daniel Dick is an award-winning social and cultural anthropologist, tantric philosopher and visionary for spirituality. Based in Vienna he works as a speaker and workshop facilitator all over the world around topics of consciousness, spiritual experiences and new masculinity.

Daniel is the co-author of Sex, Masculinity and God and a fellow of consulting and research institutions like the European School of Governance, Formwelt, the SE-Group as well as an advisor of intuitions like Gaia Projection.


Cadell Last
Cadell Last is a philosopher, general thinker and writer interested in questions about human existence and evolution.

He is author of Global Brain Singularity, a book focused on the nature of temporality and the future of consciousness, as well as co-author of Sex, Masculinity, God with Kevin Orosz and Daniel Dick.  

In his current work, the tensions between sex and love, as well as death and immortality, drives much of his thinking.


Kevin Orosz
Kevin is a speaker, coach, mentor, entrepreneur, performance philosopher and student of humanity’s myths. As an archetypal visionary he is driven by offering his voice and presence to improving the lives of people all over the world.

Through his podcast The (R)Evolution, online courses, evolutionary men’s work, and private mentorship, Kevin teaches others how to create more impact and success, ignite polarity in relationship, and claim their kingdom


Sex, Masculinity and God—Future discourses on sexuality, men and spirituality

This an open exploration of sexual energy, masculine identity and
metaphysical meaning.

Based on their book by the same name this exploration is navigated by Daniel Dick, Cadell Last and Kevin Orosz, three men of different existential style, belief and desire; but three men united in struggle to understand the nature of sexual energy, the difficulties of masculine identity, and connection to some other or beyond of the self.

The adventure starts with a focus on the division producing what we refer to as masculine and feminine energy or identity. Instead of closing this difference up with intuitions of unification, their discourse plays in sexual difference in order to see what new territories can be discovered in the fields of science, religion and psychoanalysis.

What emerges include reflections on the meaning of historical identity, complexities of contemporary identification, paradoxes of new masculine movements, struggles of emotional negativity, disorientation of ethical duty and moral coherence, weird otherness of possible future technologies, and the strange unity of love and death.

This is not a quest for final answers but rather an invitation to explore even deeper levels of the unknown and the forbidden.



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