Part 1 of this series of articles was published during the 2014-2015 autumn-winter and is accessible here. This coming autumn and winter I plan to write part 2 of this series. It will address the following (with changes along the way):
1. about the formation of human knowledge
3. about societal necessity
My weekly postings will appear on Friday's.
I welcome your comments.
Some articles of interest that I read this last week
"The Duke, the Landscape Architect and the World's Most Ambitious Attempt to Bring the Cosmos to Earth" by Alina Simone, 15 Sep 2015, in Atlas Obscura.
"For some people there is no such thing as music" by Agata Blaszczak Boxe, September 10th 2015, in BrainDecoder
"Music was once thought to be a neural pathogen" by Kate Baggaley, June 9th 2015, in BrainDecoder
"The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race" by Jared Diamond, in ditext (originally pubished in Discover Magazine, May 1987)
"Out of Our Heads" by Alva Noë, March 1st 2009, in SFGate
"Cereals, appropriability, and hierarchy" by Joram Mayshar, Omer Moav, Zvika Neeman, Luigi Pascali, 11 September 2015, in VoxEU
"Me and My Brain: What the "Double-Subject Fallacy" reveals about contemporary conceptions of the Self" by Yohan J. John. September 7th 2015, in 3quarksdaily
"Freedom – why worry?" by Peter Hankins, August 27, 2015, in Conscious Entities
"Literary Magazines for Socialists Funded by the CIA" by Patrick Iber, August 24, 2015, in The Awl
A painter I discovered this last week: Joe Hengst