The Great Everything

A Podcast on The 10 Questions of Human Existence

At a time of growing disconnect from

we explore The 10 Questions that connect us all

About

The Great Everything is a philosophy of self-authorship and social progress, delivered through a podcast, coaching, and events.

We believe that everyone should be able to self-author their lives, meaningfully connect with others, and experience a shared reality. Yet our growing disconnect from ourselves, from each other, and from reality as a whole are making it much harder to do so. Ample data shows that depression, anxiety, loneliness, polarization, and delusion are increasing, across demographic and partisan lines.

The good news is that our challenges today aren’t so different from those faced by every other human. From our earliest ancestors to the humanoids of the future, we are all bound by The 10 Questions that define the human experience. Whether we know it or not: each of our daily choices and actions represents our answer to one of these questions.

The Great Everything explores humanity’s greatest thinkers, finders, and creators across all cultures, in search of the inspiration we need to develop our own authentic answers to The 10 Questions of human existence.

Team

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Patrick Daniel

Patrick is responsible for The Great Everything’s philosophical framework and podcast production.

As a philosopher, he translates ideas into real-world solutions that empower people to self-author their lives and advance society.

Patrick’s main interest is the intersection of information, democracy, and disagreement. He also studies the history of ideas and questions of identity, knowledge, and non-existence.

Patrick was raised across Italian, British, and Hungarian cultures. He holds degrees in Classics, Law, and Political Philosophy and side-gigs as both a lawyer and an ethics advisor.

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Marc Allen

Marc grows The Great Everything’s impact through content editing, commercial services, and community engagement.

By day, he serves as a strategy consultant to governments, businesses, and philanthropies seeking to optimize their social impact. His focus is on reviving pathways to shared prosperity and equal opportunity via strategic investments and policy change.

By night, Marc coaches social leaders and fellow professionals to realize their visions for society and for themselves.

Based in California, Marc is a dual French-British national. He holds degrees in International Relations and Law and was once a lawyer.