Introductory to a computational worldview The 33th Chaos Computer Conference has ended and one of the talks was a really nice introduction to the computational worldview that is gaining more and more support since Putnam formalized the foundations in the 60s. It is extraordinary as it touches all the crucial points where you can either agree or disagree, mentioning … Continue reading Introductory to a computational worldview

Robin Le Poidevin: Változás, ok és ellentmondás (magyar fordítás)

I started translating this book in my spare time, even though it's really tough without the proper glossary of hungarian. I'm not aware of any widespread translations (I must admit thought I very rarely read such text in my native) of such like tensed theory, so because it's just a hobby project I was brave … Continue reading Robin Le Poidevin: Változás, ok és ellentmondás (magyar fordítás)

Notes about a comment on “Kantian space”

"How did Kantians in the 1800s and afterward address non-Euclidean Geometry? I have strong issues with Kant's reasoning, since it implicitly relies on the assumption that Euclidean Geometry is the fundamental basis of spatial reasoning, where triangles inherently must all have angles which sum to 180 degrees. In non-Euclidean Geometry, there are triangles which ARE … Continue reading Notes about a comment on “Kantian space”