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, [...]
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Process and Difference in the Pluriverse (opening lecture) My Spring course at CIIS.edu finishes up this week with a set of modules on Timothy Morton's book Humankind: Solidarity with Nonhuman People (2017). Earlier in the semester, we read works by Plato, William James, Catherine Keller, William Connolly, Bruno Latour, Anne Pomeroy, and Donna Haraway. Below, I [...]
I'll be offering this course for the second time in Fall 2018 at CIIS.edu (the semester runs from late August through mid-December). Special students and auditors are welcome to enroll! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about registration.
I'm sharing the lecture from the first module of my course this semester at CIIS.edu, PARP 6135: Process and Difference in the Pluriverse. The lecture discusses Plato's Republic, William James' pluralism, and W.E.B. Du Bois' critical inheritance of James' philosophy. Here's a PDF transcript of the lecture
A trailer for my course being offered this Spring at CIIS.edu. https://youtu.be/MK852X892qQ PARP 6135 Process and Difference in the Pluriverse will explore the ethical, social, political, and ecological implications of process-relational philosophy. You could call it a course in applied or experimental metaphysics. We will read and discuss texts by radical empiricist William James, revolutionary sociologist [...]
Below is a lecture recorded for the online course PARP 6060 02 - Introduction to Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness at CIIS.edu. I first discuss the meaning of philosophy from a Whiteheadian perspective, then run through a brief history of philosophy as relevant to process thought (Parmenides, Heraclitus, Plato, Aristotle, Copernicus, Descartes, Newton, Kant and his [...]