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Victorian Occultism and the Art of Synesthesia – The Public Domain Review
I've said it before: the real nineteenth century was weirder than steampunk
philosophy  art  music  2masto 
5 weeks ago by mikelynch
Lenses for philosophers – Jules Hedges
How lenses (in the functional programming sense) were independently discovered about nine times, starting with Gödel (!) and ending with deepdreams (!!) Is also a great example of a mathematician throwing shade on FP's "folkloric" version of category theory.
logic  haskell  philosophy  2masto 
october 2018 by mikelynch
The world is burning, but remember our sympathy goes only so far | Matthew Beard | Comment is free | theguardian.com
Here is the article on sympathy for the suffering of others which got me riled up yesterday: see what you think
philosophy  ethics  empathy  psychology 
july 2014 by mikelynch
[1108.1791] Why Philosophers Should Care About Computational Complexity
If you like computational complexity theory (AND WHO DOESN’T) this article is like taking your brain to the gym:
philosophy  complexity  computer 
may 2013 by mikelynch
Justin Erik Halldór Smith: Phyllis Rides Aristotle
Justin Erik Halldór Smith: Phyllis Rides Aristotle
tw  philosophy  gender  sex  history 
april 2013 by mikelynch
J E H Smith on the parochialism of Western academic philosophy
J E H Smith on the parochialism of Western academic philosophy
tw  philosophy  history  culture 
june 2012 by mikelynch
re.press - The Speculative Turn: Continental Materialism and Realism
The Speculative Turn: Continental Materialism and Realism (open access PDF)
philosophy  theory  toread  ebooks 
january 2011 by mikelynch
Justin Erik Halldór Smith
@facelikethunder for some reason, this tweet reminded me of JEH Smith, whose work you may enjoy:
politics  journalism  culture  philosophy 
june 2010 by mikelynch
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