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Quantum Computing and its relevance to Philosophy.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/MozDSajpLTY?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent via A few videos on quantum computing and the physics of time I want to come back to later — Mark Carrigan In order to move forward philosophically, we must get out of our philosophical head that everything must reduce to 0 or 1, nothing or common reality. I begin with that statement because… Continue reading Quantum Computing and its relevance to Philosophy.

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Revisiting the Conference. 2007

dar.aucegypt.edu/bitstream/handle/10526/3479/Speculative Realism transcript.pdf The Speculative Realism meeting of the minds transcript. It is good to revisit original discourses, for sure. I myself am reminded of what they really are saying, pieces which through my own reliances, arguments, emphasis and repetitions, I have set aside. It is good to be refreshed, for example, Miellassoux's original setting,… Continue reading Revisiting the Conference. 2007

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Repetition and Repetition. 

Below is a post by Levi Bryant. Part of my one-sided interaction with him is a sort of incredulousness towards the situation wherein Mr. Bryant has found his kind of Speculative Realism; whatever title he may want to put to it, it appears that all of these SR authors (or whatever Realist projects have replaced… Continue reading Repetition and Repetition. 

Alain Badiou, aphilosophy, convention, critical theory, critique, Exhibition, Graham Harman, Object Oriented Ontology, Quentin Meillassoux, Speculative Realism, the individual, true object, Uncategorized

The Significant Event, Part 4b (Part 5): Hard Correlationalism: The Crux of the Problem of Speculative Realism and the Critique of Conventional Philosophy. (And no, I am not mistaking ‘continental’ philosophy; I mean Conventional philosophy.)

We are still moving toward the meaning of the pocket veto and the significant event. Here, we consider Quentin Miessaloux and the ideas presented in his book "Beyond Finitude". * Meillassoux's argument arrives through the question: when modern science, or the mathematization of the world, had taken hold, what he identifies as the Copernican Revolution,… Continue reading The Significant Event, Part 4b (Part 5): Hard Correlationalism: The Crux of the Problem of Speculative Realism and the Critique of Conventional Philosophy. (And no, I am not mistaking ‘continental’ philosophy; I mean Conventional philosophy.)

Alain Badiou, aphilosophy, bad faith, convention, Exhibition, existentialism, faith, Francois Laruelle, irony, non-philosophy, ontology, the individual, The Romance, true object, Uncategorized

The Significant Event: The Romance, Irony and the Veto.

Significance. What we can call the Romance is based upon and or around what I call the significant experience, which falls well in line with Alain Badiou's 'Event', what could then be called the significant event. The irony that surrounds this feature of being human concerns a confusion of the individual, between what arises of… Continue reading The Significant Event: The Romance, Irony and the Veto.