Just before Christmas, Serendipity crossed my path, shook me by the hand and said, “Have one on me!” I had chanced upon a tweet from someone in my Doctoral Training Partnership alerting me to a too-good-to-be-true offer from the academic … Continue reading
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Tagged A Thousand Plateaus, aesthetics, Alex McLean, Andy Clark, Art Encounters Deleuze and Guattari, Christopher Small, Deleuze, Difference and Repetition, G. Douglas Barrett, Gerhard Richter, Guattari, Lydia Goehr, ontology, Rhizome, Simon O'Sullivan, technology, What is Philosophy?
Can anyone unpack Quine’s slogan a bit? “[Quine] holds, quite generally, that we should not postulate entities without having clear identity-criteria for them. (This is the view that he sums up in the slogan “no entity without identity” (1969: 23. … Continue reading
Below is an extract from the rubric provided at the excellent Workshop on philosophy of human+computer music held in the music department at the University of Sheffield on 4 July 2014: “… philosophical work on music is typically focused on … Continue reading
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Tagged Dublin Sound Lab, epistemology, Fergal Dowling, James Surgenor, Michael Quinn, My Electronic Friend, ontology, Peter Nelson, The Musical Cyborg, University of Sheffield, Workshop on philosophy of human+computer music