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)
Taking a cue from Amorinblog, I am making an attempt to speak to the notion of disparities. Lets see how is goes. What is terrorism? When we think about the activities of terrorism, a marginal view might situate terrorism in terms of truth. What we have with the possibility of terrorism is a function… Continue reading An Attempt at Discussing Some ‘Disparities’: Terrorism, Religion, Truth and Belief.
I'm beginning with a typical theme of this music theory, this philosophy of music, with Nick Cave and the bad seeds song "Do You Love Me, part 1". Beginning in this way we notice all the facets involved of many philosophers. The first that comes to mind is Alain Badiou and the idea that the… Continue reading Do You Love Me: Music Philosophical Theory.
Some might say that rock 'n' roll is a product of the colonizing Westbut I would think it be more proper to say that rock 'n' roll was a reaction to the normalizedregular predictableMundaneand rank-and-file of modern progress . Like every random crass and chaotic act, is not difficult to see how rock 'n' roll… Continue reading Colonizing Rock and Roll (on the surface).
Peter Ellerton, The University of Queensland As scientists, one of our responsibilities should be to promote clarity. A lot of problems are caused by an incorrect or incomplete understanding of terms we regularly, and even lovingly, use. When I use the word “evidence”, what I think I mean is a function of many things, not… Continue reading Listen and learn: the language of science and scepticism
The dialectic, as I have said earlier, cannot be taken too seriously. For when it is, the break that has perspective finds the levity that brings the truth of the matter over the impending doom. Yet when things have become so serious, it is only because I have been presented with my self and the… Continue reading The Problem of the Dialectic: Convention, Reality and Irony.
Since the previous post was rather long, and really could be seen as addressing different parts of the issue, I decided to re-post the second part of 4.5 as a part 2. This part continues with my question of academic jargon, and shows how the jorgonizers are making things much too difficult. I have then… Continue reading Direction 4.10: Jargon, Bad Faith… Part 2