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on Grant’s response in The Speculative Turn « Object-Oriented Philosophy. Fascinating post by Graham Harman on Iain Hamilton Grant’s response to his article on substance. One/multiple substance (GB, GH), or one productive force, one – ‘anteriority’ – (IHG) which sounds … Continue reading
Four color theorem – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The importance of this article is the idea of acceptance that each proposition requires a proof, in terms of intellectual rigour, which would seem to assume and assert a hierarchy among knowledge-as-meaning-making … Continue reading
Forensic science – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Tao – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. To illustrate my comments in leaflittering, here the way is the ‘right’ or ‘proper’ way of existence. This presumes a philosophical anthropology, or perhaps pre-empts it. Way first, or what?
BBC – BBC Radio 4 Programmes – Broadcasting House, 30/01/2011. On this programme heard Giles Brandreth with a section on neologisms. Thought what an amazing audience out there, coming up with new words every bit as inventively as the ‘I’m … Continue reading
Outline of epistemology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A useful synopsis, and loads to learn.