Two ground breaking philosophical books would be an excellent present for your curious minded philosopher ! The descriptions of the books online are not very good, so here are some better descriptions: "Non-philosophy and Philosophy" is a short essay that speaks to the simplicity of the philosophical underpinnings of a few big-names in Western philosophy.… Continue reading For Under the Holiday Tree..
REBLOG HERE. I have pondered for a while what Soren Kierkegaard talks about. We can talk about his points elsewhere, but, as I have said elsewhere, my first concern with him was how what he wrote was so obvious to me right off the bat. Then subsequent to my first encountering him, I found that the… Continue reading Free Speech is Downstream from Territory.
We already know how reality proceeds; there is no mystery about the mysterious part. We love mystery. We love figuring things out and we love not knowing; every time we come to know of something, then something else catches our attention. This is no mystery. The Why of this process we also love to get… Continue reading Preliminary thoughts on the parameters of determination: Phenomenology and Object Orientation.
Something is incredibly wrong with Katrina Burtch, but I love it. Its sounds eerily like Disembodied Poetics. If we can think it, then why not? Even if it is a higher development of Modern religious apology. Perfectly valid. It’s disturbing. Lol. But we barely even started to find out what religion is. Where are we going? What… Continue reading The Soul: Bifurcation and Fracturing of Being, since we got Time as well Cause for a Valid Ontological Identity: Suspended in Contradiction to Avoid Collapse.
REPOST of THRE-POUND-BRAIN's no results for 'Cognitive Psychology of Philosophy' and reply and reply, of Baker question, then my answer... (please check out his full essay and the comments if you are intreated in the whole thing) sbakker April 13, 2017 at 9:30 am "I don’t think I get it. So the racial theories of… Continue reading Oops (title: Here).
First, check out Hickman's report: [I]t is not possible to clearly distinguish the inconsistencies of our notion of an object from the inconsistencies which are immanent to this object itself. The ‘thing itself’ is inconsistent, full of tensions, struggling between its different determinations, and the deployment of these tensions, this struggle, is what makes it… Continue reading What is an Object? A True Rebuttal to the Withdrawn Object.
"an object is a postmodern subject" -Lance Kair.