Monthly Archives: August 2010
1. Die Welt ist alles, was der Fallos ist.
Meillassoux’ arguments against correlationism are probably the most well-known and most discussed (and disputed) part of his writings. I will not discuss them further here, but rather comment on a point that has received rather less attention: his comparative lack … Continue reading
I am following the disclosure of an attempted solution to the Liar paradox over at Blog & Not Blog with great interest. Defending the view that Liar sentences are meaningless is a bold move, I think, though given my general … Continue reading
The prospect that mathematical science might someday utilize inconsistent mathematics leads to the question of dialetheist realism. For if one is a realist concerning the entities of science, one might then also have to be a realist concerning contradictory entities. … Continue reading
(In my previous post, I mentioned that the dialetheism proffered by Graham Priest should be of concern to the Meillassouxian position. I want to continue exploring this angle in a few posts, bear in mind that while I will attempt … Continue reading