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BioGeometry® Nature's Own Design Language From Egypt, the cradle of civilization, there has emerged a modern science that offers to balance the energy-quality of our lives, environment and technology. The applied science of BioGeometry® integrates the universal laws and natural dynamics of living energy systems that have been largely ignored in our modern civilization at the expense of our health and well-being. BioGeometry is based on a Physics of Quality, which includes a growing body of knowledge and scientific research that integrates, rather than divides our world-view, thus narrowing the gap between the energy manifestations of spirituality and science. We are all dynamic living energy systems, existing in the sea of energy vibrations that is our world. Our vital energy systems are in constant interaction with each other and with our environment, exchanging energy effects on all levels.
Quentin Meillassoux Graham Harman, Quentin Meillassoux – second edition forthcoming Given the subtitle of the book – Philosophy in the Making – the analysis was always going to be outstripped by the work being produced and translated. So it is good news that Graham Harman’s book on Quentin Meillassoux is … Continue reading Books received (3 of 4)
Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong - Yarden Katz An extended conversation with the legendary linguist Graham Gordon Ramsay If one were to rank a list of civilization's greatest and most elusive intellectual challenges, the problem of "decoding" ourselves -- understanding the inner workings of our minds and our brains, and how the architecture of these elements is encoded in our genome -- would surely be at the top. Yet the diverse fields that took on this challenge, from philosophy and psychology to computer science and neuroscience, have been fraught with disagreement about the right approach.
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untitled “Should I Go to Graduate School in Philosophy?” 1. Why are you writing this FAQ? How Common Is Life in the Universe There almost certainly is life elsewhere in the universe. There is no reason to think that conditions and events that led to life on earth are unique, and the universe is a ridiculously vast place. So the odds strongly favor that there must be many occurrences of life out there. There are interesting sub-questions, however – how common is life, how common is complex life, and how common are technological civilizations? Is the universe teaming with bacteria and fungus and little else, or are the stars buzzing with spacefaring races of every description? The problem with trying to answer this question is that we have an N of 1 – Earth is the only example of life in the universe that we have.
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Manuel DeLanda Annotated Bibliography This page comprises an annotated bibliography of the work of philosopher Manuel DeLanda (1952-). DeLanda addresses a broad range of scientific and cultural concerns, and has written on topics as diverse as warfare, linguistics, economics, evolution, chaos theory, self-organizing matter, nonlinear dynamics, artificial life and intelligence, the internet and architecture, amongst many others. He draws especially on the work of the late French philosopher Gilles Deleuze, and many of his essays explicitly seek to demonstrate the utility of Deleuze's work for thinking about current scientific and philosophical problems. DeLanda teaches at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in New York. Comments, corrections, additional texts and broken links can be reported to email@example.com.
Rhetological Fallacies A brain-blending categorisation and visualisation of errors and manipulations of rhetoric and logical thinking. How many do you use? The word ‘rhetological’ is made up. Just so I can munge two types of entity: rhetorical techniques and logical fallacies. Both are used heavily by institutional powers – governments, religions, political parties, across the entire spectrum to sway opinion, confuse and obfuscate.