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Idealogical Reference Architecture (IRA), abridged version published in Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP)

Abridged version available in the latest issue (Vol.12 No.3 2022) of Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP), accessible here. Complete text available online here.   Abstract With this work we introduce a system of idealogical metaphysics which…
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On IRA, Kant, Bohm and the I Ching

With IRA, we introduce an expansion of Kant’s transcendental metaphysics to include not just time, space and causality (the categories more specifically) but also as a landscape of what we might call, using Aristotelian terminology (and Manousakis…
Law of Vibration by Leon Van Kraayenburgby Leon Van Kraayenburg
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On the Universal Mind

When we pivot our notion of reality (physics really as we define it herein - physis, or nature more broadly), away from objective reality as the benchmark of truth toward an epistemic, process-based model, we end up with a view of the world…
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On Digital vs. Biological Information Processing (IRA Excerpt)

We now look to more formally address the definition of this theoretical idealogical information processing (Turning) machine as a system of idealogical state configuration(s) in its own, abstract (really transcendent), “space”, or spatial…
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On Mind, Matter & Meaning (IRA Excerpt)

If we take this epistemic bent then, presume that knowledge, really information, is the most basic structure of the universe, our epistemological ontology as we’re calling it, we end up with a very different picture of the universe than say…
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IRA is here!

Idealogical Reference Architecture (IRA): an epistemological interpretation of quantum mechanics has been published in pre-print. Abstract below. DOI link here. Here we expand upon some of the ideas we have proposed around metaphysics…
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The Postmodern Condition: Is it Fatal?

What we attempted to do with Theology Reconsidered, at least one of things we attempted to do, was to establish the intellectual framework, the rational grounds you might say, that underpins states of consciousness that broadly fall under the…
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Immanuel Kant and the Age of Reason

The Enlightenment no doubt represents one of the most transformative periods in the history of civilization.  While it was primarily an intellectual (really philosophical) movement, with a locus in 8th century Europe, it is rooted in intellectual…
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Postmodern Metaphysics

In many respects, one can consider the age that we live in, the Quantum Era, as one of intense intellectual crisis and turmoil, very much analogous to the crisis that the intellectuals faced during the Enlightenment Era after the world had…
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The Law of Unintended Consequences and the Death of the Soul

Despite all the technological progress that has been made in the last century or two as humanity has taken over virtually every last habitable place on our planet, supported by what can only be referred to as revolutionary advancements in Science,…