The videos below are philosophical dialogues, first with the artist and YouTuber Mike Vahl and second with Professor Corey Anton. Both a relevant preface for the third video on pluralism and process-relational cosmology, which is largely a response to the recent blogosphere pluralism wars:
Building Shared Environments: Towards a Pluriversal Theory and Practice
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That’s an interesting exchange with Prof. Anton. So what do you think: Doesn’t a thorough going ontological pluralism in fact cut against the “pan-” of “panexperientialism”?