Category: 3.1-Introduction

  • Correcting Aristotle’s Categories of Philosophy

    The Law of Nature “Correcting Aristotle on Categories of Philosophy” Physical Laws (Transformation) – THE NECESSARY Physics: Astronomy, Chemistry, Biology, Sentience, Engineering, Mathematics Law of Man (properties of man) (Action) – THE POSSIBLE Acquisition, perception, memory, psychology, sociology Natural Law – Cooperation – THE GOOD Ethics, morality, law, economics Law of Testimony – THE TRUE […]

  • Defining Philosophy

    WORKING ON DEFINING PHILOSOPHY I have been working on defining philosophy (because like truth, it wasn’t defined before). And you know, there are a few ways to approach it: western philosophy (argumentative methodology) or philosophy in all cultures (multiple argumentative methodologies). And whether the philosophy is literary and imaginative (possibilities), escapist (most), a form of […]

  • Physical Laws, Natural Laws, Information Laws.

    LAWS OF NATURE, NATURAL LAW, AND LAWS OF INFORMATION 1) Laws of nature (physical laws) and 2) Natural laws (laws of cooperation), and 3) Truth (laws of information) consist of a spectrum dependent upon each other.

  • A Few Personal Notes on Rorty

    5-Literature 4-Religion 3-Philosophy (Moral Entrepreneurs) 2-Intellectual History 1-History 0-Law 1-Science —Curt Tautology(necessary), Proof(possible), Rational(potential), Literature(meaningful) —Curt We are all relying upon narratives that provide decidability for the purpose of pursuing allies in the achievement of a condition, not truth. We only rely upon a truthful narrative when it assists us attracting allies in the achievement […]

  • Q&A: Curt: What is Your Innovation on Popper in Epistemology, Science, and Truth?

    –“Curt, I believe I already know the answer to this, but believe it to be valuable to your general audience nonetheless: what is your innovation on Popper in epistemology, science, and truth?”—Moritz Bierling [G]REAT QUESTION. THANKS. It’s very hard to do this question justice in a few thousand words. But tend to think of it […]

  • Truth, Law of Information, Natural Law of Cooperation, Physical Law of the Universe

    (religion) (read it and weep) (advances on hume, damning of rawls) [O]ur brains are smaller than those of our distant ancestors. With the evolution of language we were able to learn more by shared calculation: in the form of thinking and reasoning than we could by our own observation, memory, and judgement. By communicating using […]