In my work , I endeavor to be as clear as possible to the most people and as large as range of intelligences as possible. Philosophy, The agents typical of philosophy, The philosophers of the profession, on the other hand , seem to start with what is most obvious and through maneuvers and of deconstructing and dissecting […]Read More What is Real?
Song writer considers what Obama might be thinking right now: SeriouslyRead More Seriously.
There is just too much to read and too little time. One needs take, I suppose, The method I learned in undergraduate: you get knowledgeable and you focus upon a specific thing, you narrow your focus and become knowledgeable and intelligent upon a small area. Perhaps. We will indeed see what the future hold but […]Read More The Purge.
I am also reading “Witches Werewolves and Fairies” by Claude Lacouteux. And i like this part: i am becomming more aware, or at least more tolerant and accepting, of the fact that most academic considerations do not consider what may be true or false. Most academic actors are there to argue the institution. In this […]Read More The Double.
I am not sure what occurred here. Since I cannot be sure unless people speak to me directly, I have then to respond in kind in general, under an assumption that the REPOST below is way too ironic. I suppose that may be a luxury of postmodern anachronism; who can really know ? In the […]Read More True Reflections and the vagueness involved with DISAPPOINTING CONVERSATIONS AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE
Philosophy, which, according to Aristotle, begins in wonder has embraced pedantry and protocols and office charts. Can it be saved from itself?Philosophy, which, according to Aristotle, begins in wonder, has embraced pedantry and protocols and office charts. Can it be saved from itself?Continue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily http://www.philosophynews.com/post/2016/10/17/Philosophy-which-according-to-Aristotle-lt;stronggt;begins-in-wonderlt;stronggt;-has-embraced-pedantry-and-protocols-and-office-charts-Can-it-be-saved-from-itself.aspxRead More Yes. Philosophy?
“an object is a postmodern subject” -Lance Kair. Granted I’m not laying out my whole theoretical base here in these comments. If you’re interested I’ve written a couple books or you could check out the rest my blog. Objects may go along with representational thinking but I would challenge anyone to not have some thinking […]Read More Definition of Object.