Some notes on Berkeley, the calculus and the bodies of reasonable beings.
There’s an interesting online psych project over here at Project Implicit…an interesting thing mentioned on Thought Capital’s blog post about the use of ’empirical data’ in ’evidenced-based meta-analyses’. I presume these EBMA’s are some sort of peculiar category of philosophical activity, perhaps connected to the idea of ’experimental philosophy’ which, whilst fascinating, seems to sometimes miss the point. Can evidence… Read more →
First of all here’s the link to Dan Smith’s paper, which I recomend you all read as it has an excellent account of deleuze’s relation to Lebiniz. Dan is coming to Greenwich in July for the Volcanic Lines conference on Kant and Deleuze. Secondly here is the link to the animations and basic introduction to the infinitessimal calculus that I… Read more →