The Logic of Life and the Life of Logic

I've just finished Eugene Thacker's After Life, wherein he surveys the positions of key pre-modern thinkers, including Aristotle, Plotinus, Pseudo-Dionysius, Eriugena, Duns Scotus, Aquinas, and Nicholas of Cusa. Despite the often illuminating nature of their thoughts, it seems that none of these men were able to articulate a workable account of life-in-itself, at least not [...]

Process Philosophy of Science

I'm pasting a dialogue that I'm having on Facebook with Steven Goodheart here so others can chime in if they so please! --------------------------------------------------------------------- Steven remarked that my comment about the paradox of science's ancestral statements reminded him of Roger Penrose's somewhat Platonist take on the matter. I responded by saying: Steven, I think my statement [...]