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The Philosophical Hack: The First Part. On Sale Now !

<>CLICK HERE to BEGIN THE HACK ! (hopefully the link will work.)   This is the First Part of a Six part series by Cedric Nathaniel. Using Slavoj Zizek’s book “EVENT” as a platform, this essay is a hack into conventional philosophical reality. It is indeed a hack: A repeated application of an algorithmic protocal… Continue reading The Philosophical Hack: The First Part. On Sale Now !

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The Principle of Two Routes .

The Principle Of Two Routes upon objects: "...the key is not excluding myself or including the exclusionary clause in statements about truth. ...I am not claiming that “constructing wholeness” is not an opinion, only that it’s exists within two frameworks that are reconciled by moving to one side, by ‘believing’ that one of the ‘sides’… Continue reading The Principle of Two Routes .

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The Ontological Argument

Conventional Philosophy is marked by its method that I call the ontological argument. William Dilthey made a good statement that Wiki incorporates, which is a good example of the conventional project: "....[Dilthey] argues that 'scientific explanation of nature' (erklären) must be completed with a theory of how the world is given to human beings through… Continue reading The Ontological Argument

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Reclaiming the social from the platforms that are eviscerating it

Reclaiming the social from the platforms that are eviscerating it http://markcarrigan.net/2019/01/08/reclaiming-the-social-from-the-platforms-that-are-eviscerating-it/ — Read on markcarrigan.net/2019/01/08/reclaiming-the-social-from-the-platforms-that-are-eviscerating-it/ My comment: That is interesting in how their proposal implicitly retains the ideal of freedom. Where there is a supposed as essential “exception” that is being impinged upon. I think what the internet is exposing (what Latour and others are… Continue reading Reclaiming the social from the platforms that are eviscerating it