A collection of 16 posts
Necro-Ethics and the Categorical Imperative
For Nietzsche, far from being the obvious state of existence, nihilism perhaps became an act of faith.
Prefigurations of Christian Teleology in the Early Greek Thinkers
Our minds are filled with concepts like space and time because they conferred a survival value to our ancestors.
How He Became What He Was
Reflections on Shaun Berke’s Winter and Summer: a memory of nature and culture
Megatechnics and Planned Obsolescence
Neo-Feudal Techno-Communism. Part II of a Triptych.
Reflections on Jan Zielonka’s Europe as Empire (2006). Part I of a Triptych.
Loneliness, A Phenomenological Reflection
Reflections on E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops & Pathological Blogging
Xenoproduction in Blade Runner 2049
A review of James Lovelock’s Novacene: The Coming Age of Hyperintelligence
Sense Perception and Moral Perception
In his On Dreams (1901), Freud puts forward the theory that we do not sleep in order to dream but that we dream in order to sleep.
From German Idealism to German Engineering