Tagged: soul

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The Truth and its Shadow: Rise of Superficial Intelligence

To understand something "on the level of words" is fairly common phrase used to denote someone's superficiality. However, there's more depth to superficiality than initially meets the eye. In this podcast we'll point out some of the depths of what we previously dubbed, in Plato's phrase, skiagraphia or "shadow-drawing"; a mental equivalent of drawing the shadow of the image on plane surface to add to it the illusion of depth. We'll point out, in our common "metaphysician next door" manner, how this attitude drives people to cut themselves off, not only from the realities of the world, but, more perniciously, of their very selves too.

So, it is a bit obsolete to wail and grumble about the dangers of supposed rise of the robotic Artificial Intelligence, when we are already dealing with the real and present danger of supremacy of the Superficial Intelligence

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Quality of Death: The Alfie Evans Case and Euthanasia as Future

The case of British toddler Alfie Evans' predicament and relentless struggle of his parents and good deal of world wide public to transfer him out of Britain captivated the attention of the masses for some time. Now this will, inevitably, wane but Alfie Evans' end, where institutions of state - i.e. courts - prevented attempted treatment in other country due to concerns about, quote: "Little Alfie's quality of life", presents what seems to us at KT to be a landmark point in the spiritual atmosphere of our day and age. Why and how this is so, we'll demonstrate based on reading of the court ruling on Alfie Evans and rejection of appeal to it. As is always the case with euthanasia and politics pushing it forward, its about legislative system first and foremost and then, consequently, with the radical transformation of society.

This transformation is - you guessed it - not for the better.

Assimilation almost complete – an analysis of The Thing (1982) 1

Assimilation almost complete – an analysis of The Thing (1982)

Nostalgic about eighties? "The Day After" still gets you misty eyed? Ancient synths remind you of the first kiss you imagined or even performed? The memory of lithe body of C 64 personal computer still influences your opposite sex beauty standards? If so, press play on tape, let the Cyndy Lauper do her thing, and allow us to disillusion you with analysis of epitome movie of this sorry decade. Kali Tribune's Department of flipping the ice cubes in monodimensial space and motion picture analysis presents the borderline insane analysis of John Carpenter's "The Thing" and it's relation to Cold War paranoia.