“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 [...]

The Schelling & Hegel Tapes

I'm sharing some clips from a live video conference session a few days ago with students in my online course this semester, "Mind and Nature in German Idealism." https://youtu.be/CFHSlzVns-s

Fall 2018 Online Course: “Mind & Nature in German Idealism”

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 msegall@ciis.edu for more information about registration.

My Online Course this Fall: PARP 6133 – Whitehead’s Adventure in Cosmology

I'm teaching another online graduate course for CIIS.edu this Fall (Aug-Dec) called Whitehead's Adventure in Cosmology: Toward a Physics of the World-Soul (PARP 6133). Here is the proposed syllabus. Auditors and Special Students are welcome to enroll. Email me at msegall@ciis.edu for more information about how to do this.

Diagramming German Idealism

I'm teaching an online graduate course called Mind and Nature in German Idealism this semester. Below I am sharing several diagrams that I've developed to depict Kant's transcendental method as it evolves through the first three critiques, as well as Fichte's radicalization of the Kantian project. I hope to continue developing this diagram to elucidate Schelling, Goethe, [...]

Mind and Nature in German Idealism: A Spring Course at CIIS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrwEdu59G3c There's still a few weeks left to enroll in my spring course at CIIS.edu as an auditor or special student.  Mind and Nature in German Idealism will start on January 17th and run until May 8th. Email me if you are interested and I can share the syllabus and/or enrollment instructions (msegall@ciis.edu).

Mind and Nature in German Idealism, a graduate course

I'm very excited to teach a 10-week online course at CIIS next semester (Spring 2017, running from Jan - Mar) called Mind and Nature in German Idealism. The course includes readings and lectures on Kant, Fichte, Goethe, Hegel, and Schelling. Note that you do not need to be enrolled in a graduate program at CIIS in [...]