Below is a draft of a paper I'll offer at the MEA Convention in a few weeks. I share it here in the hopes that my readers may provide feedback that helps me improve it. I have something like 15 minutes to present as part of a panel on "Philosophical Perspectives," so I'll only be [...]
I'll be in conversation with Earth and Fire, the founders of Erowid.org, on Jan. 26th, 2017 at 7pm at CIIS in San Francisco, CA. If you're not local, there will be a podcast version posted shortly thereafter. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.
I really dig Alexander Bard's "network-dynamic persepective." Geometrogenesis is also extremely relevant to my research on Whitehead's and Rudolf Steiner's ether theories (the former articulated an alternative to Einstein's theory of relativity based on an "ether of events"; the later spoke of an etheric dimension of nature mediating between the material and spiritual dimensions). The idea [...]
This from Virgilio A. Rivas The Hermetic Deleuze: Anesthetizing Chaos. My comment to Rivas: Fascinating post. I’ve given some thought to the effects of the Internet, especially blogging/vlogging, on neuro-cognitive evolution. The Global Network of Capitalized Information is fast at work relieving us of our own private subjectivity. Our very selves are being gobbled up [...]
Knowledge Ecology blogged earlier today about the difference between blogging and publishing books, which has become an issue of contention within "the speculative realist movement," so called, since Ray Brassier's disparaging comment in an interview last year. Graham Harman, Timothy Morton, and Levi Bryant all chimed in with responses. Below is my response: In light [...]