Emotion and Reason. Part 3
So back to my original intention behind this post that I have now divided up into three parts. I am challenging the notion that reason is the crowning authority of human existence and consciousness. And, as a commenter on Part 2 pointed out: I do agree with the observation that what we often think is…
Introduction to 2018 EPIS Conference
Introduction to 2018 EPIS Conference https://episeattle.wordpress.com/2019/02/08/introduction-to-2018-epis-conference/ — Read on episeattle.wordpress.com/2019/02/08/introduction-to-2018-epis-conference/
Drawing Lines at Proper Junctures.
Drawing an “Eliminativistic” Box Around Cognition http://josephratliff.com/eliminativistic-cognition/ — Read on josephratliff.com/eliminativistic-cognition/ Between Ratliff and Bakker, we seem to have the makings of a debate that I think do well it’s showing us the issues involved on the front lines of philosophy. Bakker has his blog “3 pound brain”; you can look it up because I’m…
Preliminary thoughts on the parameters of determination: Phenomenology and Object Orientation.
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…
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