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Architecture is more than building. Although not everyone agrees with this statement, there is and must always be some kind of basis or reason for a design. Further, there are countless methods of how to proceed in the ...
The problem of a causal account of memory: A solution and its consequences
The purpose of this work is to examine some of the challenges facing causal accounts of memory. I will examine the original problem of explaining memory by means of direct causation, as well as problems with traditional ...
The limit of failure: Perversion in psychoanalysis and temporality in ethical philosophy
This dissertation aims to ask a question about the philosophy of limits. It does so primarily though investigations into two disciplines: psychoanalysis and ethical philosophy. These two parts are introduced and contextualized ...
An ontology of natural cognition: The substance and structure of everyday thought
This work continues an ongoing investigation into the nature of everyday thought processes or natural cognition. It offers a descriptive, ontological account of the content and structure of natural cognition. The ontology ...