In the history of science, philosophy has always seemed to be detached from the rest of natural science. Yet phenomenology offers a unique perspective of understanding our experience and life, and this workshop aimed to find ways to bridge the gap between the scientific attitude and the phenomenological attitude.
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Last week, I pointed out how we are born in the present, live in the present and will die in the present. Even though we experience our own virtual reality creation, in the form of our mental constructs of a past and a future, those are current constructs based on current memories and anticipations. This does not necessarily mean . . .
By Piet Hut
Video: Yuko Ishihara, “Awakened Realism: Insights from Japanese Philosophy”(Chasing Consciousness #9, at the Rubin Museum of Art)
Please join us in watching this video of Yuko Ishihara's live presentation,“Awakened Realism: Insights from Japanese Philosophy”, moderated by YHouse's Christopher Stawski in the Rubin Museum's Art Lounge this past December.