My presentation on Whitehead & Deleuze for the Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition conference at Seattle University

Here's the audio: I'm particularly interested in what folks familiar with Deleuze think about the exchange between me and the woman in the audience during the discussion portion. Am I getting Deleuze's general approach wrong? Here's the text of my paper: pact-2019-conference-presentation.pdf

Notes on Deleuze’s “Bergsonism”

Intuition as Method Stating and creating problems Realizing that we are the creators of our own problems gives us “semi-divine power”; those who accept ready-made problems of society are slaves (15) Deleuze: “the history of humanity, from the theoretical as much as from the practical point of view, is the construction of problems. It is [...]

“Electrons Don’t Think” by Sabine Hossenfelder

The following is a comment I posted on the physicist and blogger Sabine Hossenfelder's blog Backreaction to a post titled "Electrons Don't Think." https://backreaction.blogspot.com/2019/01/electrons-dont-think.html Hi Sabine. I discovered your blog last night after Googling "Carlo Rovelli and Alfred North Whitehead." It brought me to Tam Hunt's interview with Rovelli. I have been studying Rovelli's popular [...]

Whitehead’s Quantum of Explanation: Thinking with Auxier and Herstein

“Our central idea is that concrete existence explains the abstract aspects of experience and not vice-versa.” -Auxier and Herstein “So long as necessity is taken to be the guarantor of rationality, the conception of rationality advocated will be as useless to science as it is to practical life.” -Auxier and Herstein Below I offer some [...]

Experimental Philosophy and Pedagogy Panel recording

Here's Jacob Sherman, Joshua Ramey, and myself at yesterday's "1968 Revisited" conference at CIIS.edu. https://youtu.be/RBT-v4I_0mE?t=27m

“From Final Knowledge to Infinite Learning, with Chaudhuri, Whitehead, and Deleuze”

Next weekend, CIIS is hosting a conference called "1968 Revisited." I'll be presenting on a panel on Saturday, September 29th at 10am called "Pedagogy and Experimental Philosophy" with Jacob Sherman and Joshua Ramey (moderated by Debashish Banerji). Below is a draft of my panel presentation, titled "From Final Knowledge to Infinite Learning, with Chaudhuri, Whitehead, [...]

Panel Presentation at “1968 Revisited” Conference

The East-West Psychology department is hosting a conference at CIIS on September 28-30, 2018. You can read more about it and register here: https://www.ciis.edu/ciis-news-and-events/campus-calendar/1968-revisited I'll be presenting on a panel called "Pedagogy and Experimental Philosophy" on Saturday, September 29th at 10am. Other panelists include Joshua Ramey and Jacob Sherman. My presentation title is "From Final Knowledge [...]