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I’ve been reading quite a bit and feel like I’m inches away from cracking this slippery concept. A lot of my conclusions seem elementary now, but I’m glad to have gotten here. Here are some further developments I’m noting: In … Continue reading →
Levi Bryant was kind enough to mention my discussion of his 41 axioms for dark ontology in a new post developing his thoughts on religion. His new post provides a broader context for his axioms, which he says are probably … Continue reading →
At Larval Subjects, Levi Bryant has published two posts (1, 2) outlining 41 axioms relevant to his project. To clarify his purpose in giving these axioms, he offered this explanation: In modern mathematics, an axiom is not a “self-evident truth” … Continue reading →