Tag: philosophy

  • Parmenides is not required

    youtu.be/u-ljiHqoMM0 Althea. Xx

  • Philosophy, Mental Health, and The Two Routes

    Kair, L. (2022). Philosophy, Mental Health and The Two Routes. This paper is a response to May-Lynne El-Debs paper “Introduction to Philosophy”. The link is in the next post. I invite you to engage with the discussion about how a subject of mental health comes to know itself in reality. https://www.academia.edu/91714405/Philosophy_Mental_Health_and_The_Two_Routes Or, engage right here […]

  • Rp The role of mind in neuroscience

    After failing to find anatomical or functional correlates of a variety of psychiatric conditions, Dr. Sarah Durston (neuroscientist and Professor of … The role of mind in neuroscience —— If you are not as concerned about the philosophical side and want to hear just about the biological side of mental disorder and diagnosis from the […]

  • Rp and comment on Potentiality

    Aristotle associates potentiality with matter. Here I am not endorsing Aristotle’s four causes, nor his hylomorphism, but simply thinking about the … Potentiality ——- So it is: the actuality of potentiality. I might even go so far — or father — to say that the issue with subjectivity is that it always the potential of […]

  • Potentiality

    Aristotle associates potentiality with matter. Here I am not endorsing Aristotle’s four causes, nor his hylomorphism, but simply thinking about the … Potentiality ——- So it is: the actuality of potentiality. I might even go so far — or father — to say that the issue with subjectivity is that it always the potential of […]

  • Science is not in opposition to ignorance

    Only by a certain orientation upon knowledge does oppositional categories have significant affect. I was reading a paper, part of the paper anyways, where the author talks about John Locke saying his work not involved with science. Just got me thinking. Georg Hegel, and many more philosophers for sure we’re trying to find some sort […]

  • The Object of the Subject

    “The Philosophical Hack uses Slavoj Zizek’s book ‘Event’ as a platform from which to hack into philosophy. A hack is someone who is adept in technology and standard methods but is not employed to make marketed products. Yet in another sense, a hack is a repeated application of a specific yet broad algorithmic protocol upon […]

  • The covert philosophy is now sound

    Up from the ashes that had been scattered to the winds, the band that had a different name each show, giving its songs to the bands we now know so well -what once was covert is now sound. For you sound philosophers, coming on: http://covertsoundphilosophy.com/ The shit has hit. Falling Covers and Other Drops – […]

  • Agency Is Gratefully Dead

    Agency is going through the same fits as religion. When Nietzsche regarded society around him at the time, he declared that God is dead and asked now… Agency Is Dead —-Aaaaand of course, my comment. I have never bought the idea that without some sort of God figure that everyone gets to do what they […]

  • Rp LARUELLE AND THE SHIP OF THESEUS (1): torsion, retorsion

    This post arises out of reflecting on two strands of argument as they play out over time in Laruelle’s texts 1) The evolution of the status of “… LARUELLE AND THE SHIP OF THESEUS (1): torsion, retorsion