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Jay C.


Novato, CA
Hometown: Novato, CA

Member since:

August 18, 2014


The Sur-Lie Philosopher, ( in the spirit of Diogenes of Sinope, a barrel is hardly enough...), winemaker, foodcrafter and doggerel-fighter.

What Jay C. is saying about this Meetup Group;view=fulltext Really cogent explication by Quentin Meillassoux, and in his own words. I think, without intending to do so, he makes a very good case here for the much maligned Dogmatic Naive Realism. The quote won't fit in 1000 characters. I can email it if you're interested. QM states at the outset of After Finitude that he intends to march into the enemy (Correlationist) camp and bring down the whole edifice from within. The above interview goes somewhat beyond the book, and furthers the subversive intent. Have now finished Chapter 1 of Harmon's book, and there's plenty enough in there for our next meeting. Let's try to avoid Thursdays, OK..? Football night

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