Tag: Object Oriented Ontology
Rp and Comment on if Can consciousness be simulated?
David Chalmers in his book: Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy, eventually gets around to addressing the 800-pound gorilla in … Can consciousness be simulated? —- The Two Routes version of the problem: Reality can only be encountered and negotiated. If reality arises beyond that scope, it merely verifies the truth of the initial statement…
Team, Agency, Idealism and Philosophy
“When one speaks about a thing, she does so vicariously.” —- Cedric Nathaniel. Team Work I think I’m just naturally rebellious. I’m not at heart a joiner. I can, though, be a team player. In fact, I love where I work primarily because we have such a great team. However, I feel that a team…
What Do We Have?
A philosophical method. I have an issue with conventional philosophy: the method it assumes to make its statement that the problem of the criterion is generally figured to be the main problem of epistemology, is a real philosophical issue. So, because we can indicate the method as redundantly involved with the problem it poses, I…
Rp and comment on Chameleon theory (theories)… Everlasting worlds….
Supercomputer simulations of galaxies have shown that Einstein’s theory of General Relativity might not be the only way to explain … Chameleon theory (theories)… Everlasting worlds… —– Real objects withdraw from view and relation. Real objects arise in this manner encrusted with qualities that come into appearance as to embody or correlate with the terms…
The Irony of Blogging with a Sense of Substance
The irony is that blogging, by its very nature, is a motion of modern subjective materialism. People who are interested in true substance are not often reading blogs. In true Zizekian form, The blogosphere is a place where imaginary transcendence is verified to an absolute epistemological horizon. The question is: might we speak of this…
The Covert Sound Philosophy: having already come to an idea of you.
soundcloud.com/usertransspace/holy-cow New album coming…2022 Stay in tuned. — Only through darkness we come unto light. 👽 There is only the Two. Open and Closed. The covert sound philosophy includes all possibility of knowledge. That which closed in knowledge (real modern-postmodernity ) is reckoned only through what is open (truth).
Passing on a Dire Celebration: An incomplete engraving
x At the entrance to the temple of Apollo at Delphi, stood written the words gnōthi seauton, know thyself. But anyone who’s read Dante Alighieri … An incomplete engraving —– The day that Christ is born is a darkness broken only by the light of a star. The wise men are beckoned by that star,…
Unexpection: Body or Embodiment: The Paradox of Modern Cosmology
The paradox of modern ontological reckoning is always constitutive. The activity of modern academic theory is a reification that such constitution can be overcome or changed, despite its argumentative semantic content (see. Lyotard as well as Haroway and Barad). X —-referring to the previous linked essay by Thomas-Pellicer, Ruth, De Lucia, Vito (2016) This rhetoric…
(PDF) The Philosophical Hack: The Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Event | Cedric Nathaniel – Academia.edu
xThe Philosophical Hack uses Slavoj Zizek’s book “Event” as a platform from which to hack into philosophy. A hack in one sense is someone who knows how to use the technology but nevertheless assembles useful objects in non-conventional manners. A hack — Read on www.academia.edu/39724836/The_Philosophical_Hack_The_Concluding_Unscientific_Postscript_to_Event * An epistemological horizon left to its own operation, un-hacked,…
Parts, Objects, and the Event: less and more
It is less a assemblage of parts that, placed piece meal into a storyboard semantic collage, that constitutes an event. It is less the pieces of objects that come together in order for us to find and understand what an object is. Rather It is more the Event that brings about the whole instance and…
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