Philosophy in a Time of Emergency

Over the last month, half the global population of saiga antelope dropped dead in northern Kazakstan. This is what mass extinction looks like. I read about the antelope die off this morning, just after reading Adam/Knowledge-Ecology's and Craig Hickman/darkecologies' posts about Whitehead's call for Cosmology to replace Critique. I do believe the two, Whitehead's call and mass extinction, are related. The [...]

Centropy, Entropy, and Ethics in the Universe

Levi Bryant recently posted about Entropy. He writes: Entropy is the measure of order in any system. In this regard, to take a rough and ready criterion, the more probable it is that a particular element is located anywhere in a system the more entropy that system embodies. By contrast, the more improbable the location of an element in a system, theless entropic that system is. [...]