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    constant escape replied to the thread What is Deleuze?.
    It seems they are both right. Francois Laruelle wrote this piece "Neitzsche contra Heideggar" seemingly about Heideggars interpretation...
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    @version have you started that Bergson book yet? Or, has anyone any experience reading Bergson? What is it like?
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    constant escape replied to the thread 5D Chess.
    Now we need a machine to beat us at time-travel chess. I wonder if such a machine would identify a sure-fire method there, as well.
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    constant escape replied to the thread 'structural'.
    I think so too - at the very least, it's a step forward, no? The reflexivity of the agent allows it to realize the role it plays, as a...
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    constant escape replied to the thread 'structural'.
    Thank you, well-worded, tying things together. Do we know of attempts to establish any such "protocol for translating frames of...
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    constant escape replied to the thread 'structural'.
    Bit late to party, but I must ask @poetix : Since you argue that effective and simplifying models can be identified/discovered/created...
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    I mean whatever the common ideas of it are - like my understanding, which is vague and low resolution. "Popular" probably wasn't the...
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    I mean whatever we call modernist aesthetically, but I had architecture in mind, given this thread. I have a pretty blunt understanding...
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    Thanks @Rudewhy, a distinction I was not aware of. Didn't even know International Modernism was a thing, frankly. How much of what we...
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    constant escape replied to the thread The Prosthetic God.
    @version , cool thread by the way. A couple side points: Could the extension of the human sensorium (broadly, "both motor and sensory")...
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    constant escape replied to the thread The Prosthetic God.
    I haven't heard of it, but it sounds interesting. Wiki credits Durkheim, who I know nothing of, but its not clear to me: is the theory...
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    constant escape replied to the thread The Prosthetic God.
    True, I don't even know too much about the guy. Just thought, given the relevance, he might've had some interesting things to say. My...
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    constant escape replied to the thread The Prosthetic God.
    Anyone here familiar with Feuerbach? I believe much of the "God didn't create man, man created God" discourse revolves around him. That...
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    constant escape replied to the thread Frank Ramsey.
    I like how you frame it, tie it together. I hadn't thought of continental/analytic semiotics like that - but I would tend to agree that...
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    constant escape replied to the thread Cancellations.
    What about "cultural revisionism"? Is that an effective neutral alternative to "cancel culture"?
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