The Transparent Becoming of World and Quantum Field Brain Dynamics – an initial look at the work of Gordon G. Globus

The ontology of metaphysics is so embedded in the way we think, so coiled within the very language that we must use, so protected, that we cannot get at it by a frontal approach. It is necessary to dwell in an author’s work to grasp the underlying ontological principles at work. In the between-two of… Continue reading The Transparent Becoming of World and Quantum Field Brain Dynamics – an initial look at the work of Gordon G. Globus

Nature as the Arficer of Itself

In discussing the artificial, and in particular how a science of the artificial could be developed, Simon points out one of the basic flaw in Neo-Darwinist theory.  Anything adapted is by definition going to exhibit some sort of teleology,  and any functional explanation relies on that teleology.  Simon only extends it to biological life, but… Continue reading Nature as the Arficer of Itself

The Natural Sciences and Reality

  To ask the question of what ‘reality’ means in the context of the natural sciences requires firstly determining what reality refers to in general. The common notion is that reality refers to the sum of real things, or to be more precise, actualized real things. The problem with this assumption is that we then… Continue reading The Natural Sciences and Reality