Tagged: nominalism

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Beyondbound

Metaphysics is due to be resurrected! Or zombified? In this podcast we compare the Traditional understanding of Being with its inverted counterpart, we might, for the lack of the better term, call infraphysics, exemplified by its contemporary philosophical proponents. We proceed from somewhat simple framing of Traditional understanding of knowledge as a three phase process of Being-Logos/Intentio-name to its exemplary inversion in materialism and Kant's transcendental philosophy, ending up with fruits of modern inversion of metaphysics in contemporary "object oriented ontology".

We touch upon Rene Guenon's analysis of the main discrepancy of materialism and how this analysis is being reiterated by some contemporary thinkers bound to reach beyond and below the materialism; we expound on transformation of thinking into computation and the centrality of self referential systems for subphysics; also we explain why we will soon see the drive to liberate inanimate things and individual bodily organs from human tyranny and throw in some insights on various contemporary issues along the way.

Political Correctness: A Nominalist Cookbook 3

Political Correctness: A Nominalist Cookbook

hieronymus-bosch-das-weltgericht-191083Denying the existence of political correctness is tantamount to living under the rock and describing it's bottom. In this three part podcast we'll try to provide some insight into what PC essentially is.

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Political Correctness Defined (pt. 1) – A Nominalist’s Cookbook

Kali Tribune presents the first in the series of podcasts on the vague subject of Political Correctness. In this episode, yours truly defines PC as a moralist offshoot of metaphysical doctrine of nominalism and points out that it is more intrinsic to postmodern worldview than most people think, and that there's really nothing funny about it. Moreover, the conclusion is that it's implications are bound to bear deadly consequences in the future.