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A Game Theory take on the question of God’s Existence.

In an earlier post, I explored What I feel is a more sensible application of Pascal's Wager to God's existence. Now I am attempting one founded in game theory. Goes like this: I like what someone said: I am an apatheist. But my version is: God does not need my belief to exist. This then… Continue reading A Game Theory take on the question of God’s Existence.

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Archinect with a collection of Graham Harman lecture videos.

Archinect with a collection of Harman's lecture videos https://doctorzamalek2.wordpress.com/2018/12/06/archinect-with-a-collection-of-my-lecture-videos/ — Read on doctorzamalek2.wordpress.com/2018/12/06/archinect-with-a-collection-of-my-lecture-videos/ Thanks Graham. And thanks Archinect. and Don't forget to check out the free copy of The Moment Of Decisive Significance. The introductory segue to The Philosophical Hack (coming so soon) where I describe how one gets from the Phenomenon to the Object… Continue reading Archinect with a collection of Graham Harman lecture videos.

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And I am drawn between.

I am an artist at heart, but with intellectual reflection. I am a philosopher in an artistic sense, rather than a ‘pure reason’ saint. My experience is not exclusionary. Hence my dilemma. In not only thought, but indeed act. Where it becomes the most difficult is in our Post-modern Marxist world of production. There is… Continue reading And I am drawn between.

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Publishing a Philosophy Book: The Philosophical Hack, Part 1

I am insane. I have written a 107,000 word philosophy book (you do the math). With perhaps 10 people in mind to read it. I came across THIS post from a year ago.  Though it may be reality, I have difficulty reading it and not thinking that the answer is written by a philosophy snob. I simply… Continue reading Publishing a Philosophy Book: The Philosophical Hack, Part 1

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Philosophy and Climate Change: We’re Not Literally Doomed, but… – Scientific American Blog Network

Climate Change: We're Not Literally Doomed, but... - Scientific American Blog Network — Read on blogs.scientificamerican.com/hot-planet/climate-change-were-not-literally-doomed-but/ Is philosophy only for the discernment of truth through logical fallicies? Is reason the sovereign of all real truth? What climate is changing? Perhaps Deep Adaptation is about more than food and water. Maybe it is about atmosphere? What… Continue reading Philosophy and Climate Change: We’re Not Literally Doomed, but… – Scientific American Blog Network

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Climate Change and Pascal’s Wager.

In this Era of Prehistory, everything gets turned on its head, just like in the Pirate's of the Caribbean movie... As I have put forth in various places a "turned on its head" version of faith in the spirit of Kierkegaard (somewhere in my posts Im sure Ive spelled it out, but I surely address… Continue reading Climate Change and Pascal’s Wager.

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CFP by 12/15 for Philosophical Engagements with Trauma (March 22-23, 2019)

CFP by 12/15 for Philosophical Engagements with Trauma (March 22-23, 2019) https://feministphilosophers.wordpress.com/2018/10/22/cfp-by-12-15-for-philosophical-engagements-with-trauma-march-22-23-2019/ — Read on feministphilosophers.wordpress.com/2018/10/22/cfp-by-12-15-for-philosophical-engagements-with-trauma-march-22-23-2019/ of course we have there Zizekian post Trumatic modern subject, but as well Malibu critique of that (Take a look thru my past posts). but there is something to say about the discrepancy between philosophy and psychology. Such historically… Continue reading CFP by 12/15 for Philosophical Engagements with Trauma (March 22-23, 2019)