Anslem’s Argument for the Proof of the Existence of God, the Disruption of Time, and the Categorization of Philosophical Behavior.

I seem to have found a significance for Anslem’s proof. It may be that it is not significance for whether God might exist, but, as I have said, significance for how I present ideas. We will start with the rendition from Princeton’s site. I think they have a pretty good rendition there. Without all the strict logical […]

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Science and Philosophy; or, Toward a Philosophical Science, or, a Science of Philosophy.

Its happening. Do scientists argue over facts? If they agree on a subject, such as water, an instrument and its calibration, such as a thermometer, do they then argue that water does not freeze at zero degrees Fahrenheit ? No they do not. They agree on a particular factual method, factual in what they treat, […]

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Philosophy, Colonialism and Partition.

Perhaps the title should have included “non-philosophy”. lol This talk concerns the opening whereby philosophy is indicated to its method through the ending that supersedes its domain. Specifically, and in the context of Francois Laruelle’s “Christo-fiction“, that which supersedes any conventional appropriation is the quantum. In particular, there is no philosophical posture that is able to bring […]

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Crash Space and the Move to a ‘Science’ (of the Subject): To Ping or Not to Ping, Phenomenology and Observer Effects. REPOST

  THREE POUND BRAIN Im finding has got some cool observations, often a manner of approach that seems insightful. In the discussion of a philosophical scientism, the post below appears to me to indicate more a datum, a kind of data point, over a semantic content. If we hold to the idea that indeed we […]

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