Category Archives: Dialogue with Spinosa

Individuation and Double-Becoming

This is what I do, I pick up many things but I do not leave them unchanged Continue reading

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Charles Spinosa: Families of Identities

“I prefer to interpret each of us as a family of identities” Continue reading

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Friendship and Multiple Worlds: Kindness and Wariness

Charles Spinosa illustrates his ideas on “multiple micro-worlds” with an example taken from his experience of friendship. He describes an initial relation of fusion: “As friends, some employees look noble and pure-hearted. I would never doubt that they would stand … Continue reading

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Multiple Worlds and Post-Identity

Charles Spinosa was kind enough to respond to the first instalment of my intellectual biography with a long set of reflections that were too rich and thought-provoking for me to reply to at once. Moreover, the return to school took … Continue reading

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Thick Gratitude

I would like to have Nyarlathotep the Crawling Chaos to dinner Continue reading

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Lucretian Gratitude

“Lucretius seems to feast upon nature with the gratitude and wonder of one who finds her bounty an abundant source of joy.” Amy Olberding, (“The Feel of not to Feel it”:Lucretius’ Remedy for Death Anxiety ) Charles Spinosa takes me … Continue reading

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Comic-book Gratitude

Charles Spinosa responds to my previous post here. As usual it is very thought-provoking, and here is my response: Charles thanks for your prompt comment. I think my formulations have inadvertently been open to misunderstanding. I did not wish to … Continue reading

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