Theory Thursdays anyone? Below is an introduction to the life, work, and legacy of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. There is little doubt that he was a towering figure of the […]
Derrida is an extremely rigorous thinker and an extremely thorough reader. He reads texts incredibly closely, more so than anyone else I’ve ever encountered, paying attention to everything on the […]
Katherine Morris (Professor at Mansfield College, Oxford) speaking at Mind & Society 2.0.
With regards to my last post Jeremy at Struggles Forever has provided an important reminder: [T]he conception of Nature as a container, in my opinion, conveys the wrong message. Containers delimit and […]
It is through action and interaction within practices that mind, rationality and knowledge are constituted and social life is organized, reproduced and transformed. During the past two decades, practice theory […]
“Once upon a time there was a world full of meaning, focused by exemplary figures in the form of gods and heroes, saints and sinners. How did we lose them, […]
Discognition: A lecture by Steven Shaviro Friday, 24 May 2013, 2-4 pm, Ardmore House, Belfield, UCD Cognitivist and representationalist theories of mind continually find themselves confronted with elements that they […]