Cosmology

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Publisheronestar press2005
Monster, monoliths, giant claws. But the steel penetrates those bodies. They just bodies here. The astronaut has no body there. Smile of steel. Collapsible driver. But that signature is a virus. Let us leave it off, leave it…
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PublisherSocial Discipline2022
Miguel Prado and fellow Guild navigator (and co-host for today’s episode) Sonia de Jager meet Diana Walsh Pasulka: professor of philosophy and religion at UNCW and author of American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, and Technology. We discuss what do we mean by agnostic when we want to be challenged by new knowledge, the UFO phenomena as a new form of religion, recent Congress’ public hearing into “unidentified aerial phenomena”, how ancient aliens could have handed technology to humanity and much more!
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PublisherUrbanomic2021
To celebrate the release of Chronosis, Keith Tilford and Reza Negarestani join Robin Mackay to talk about their collaboration and the ideas that fuelled the time-twisting plot of the comic. Creative tension and backchannel bickering, cat monks, Boltzmann brains, cosmic body horror, Bertrand Russell the armchair stoner, the Harold Lloyd theory of time-reversal, psychopaths, AGI monkeys, and The Mortiloquist all make an appearance. Music: ‘Dionysus’, by Herman Polsus aka Drew Flieder, and ‘Timeshift’ by Eschaton.
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The second season of Overmorrow’s Library is dedicated to world-building, world-ending, and travel across worlds. Federico Campagna presents a new selection of books that might help us to appreciate the fragility of ‘worlds,’ and the art of creating new ones through a particular use of our imagination. The best book that never was: ‘The Alexander Romance’, a composite epic written somewhere in the Mediterranean, sometime in the past, by someone who was many people, on the adventures of a hero who travelled beyond the world and back.
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The second season of Overmorrow’s Library is dedicated to world-building, world-ending, and travel across worlds. Federico Campagna presents a new selection of books that might help us to appreciate the fragility of ‘worlds,’ and the art of creating new ones through a particular use of our imagination.
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The second season of Overmorrow’s Library is dedicated to world-building, world-ending, and travel across worlds. Federico Campagna presents a new selection of books that might help us to appreciate the fragility of ‘worlds,’ and the art of creating new ones through a particular use of our imagination. Art theory meets theology, anthropology and ‘perennial’ metaphysics: Ananda K. Coomaraswamy’s brief but powerful ‘The Christian and Oriental Philosophy of Art.’
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PublisherHatje Cantz2012
It was a joyful moment when I rediscovered my old notebooks. I would not have searched for them without the dOCUMENTA (13) notebook publishing project. When reading these old notes now, I am surprised how many ideas they already contain and how they developed, building unconsciously one on the other. I had no memory of the level of detail in which some of these ideas had already been analyzed in the early notebooks. The books I found cover a three-year period beginning in late 1992. In my scientific life, this was a crucial time. It was the time when key steps ...
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PublisherBrand-New-Life2019
Apocalypse After All? asks the American philosopher and theologian Catherine Keller. The revised manuscript of her lecture at the University of Zürich sets forth Keller’s “ecofeminist theopoetics” combining ecological and gender politics, process cosmology, post-structuralist philosophy and religious pluralism.
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PublishersSternberg Presse-flux2017
Today, many of us can remember the disappeared indigenous cosmologies as parts of ourselves, lost to colonialism, industrialization, communist revolutions, and capitalist wars. Many names have been given to ideological or historical grand narratives to soothe the pain of loss, to register those losses and render them searchable, but these memorializing mechanisms still fail to register the pain of losing something much larger that cannot be named—a deep relation to the world, to the cosmos, and to ourselves that gives us strength and sovereignty without need for any other earthly power of right or dominion. What if another kind of ...
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6-years old Arturo Campagna discusses children’s literature and dispenses advice to writers for children.
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The second season of Overmorrow’s Library is dedicated to world-building, world-ending, and travel across worlds. Federico Campagna presents a new selection of books that might help us to appreciate the fragility of ‘worlds,’ and the art of creating new ones through a particular use of our imagination. On this last special episode of the second season of Overmorrow’s Library, Federico Campagna interviews Arturo Campagna, 7-years old expert of history for (and by) children.
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Publisheronestar press2014
Shortly before his death in 2002, Kazakh artist Sergey Maslov started to write a novel titled Astral Nomads, from which I derive the name of the project, since its content was dedicated to the lives of a large number of contemporary Central Asian artists. Given that he had no heirs, these same artists and other friends and colleagues became the keepers of his paintings, notebooks, sketchbooks, and self- published magazines, which they are currently storing in their homes. This mode of preservation, however, does not do justice to the significance of Maslov’s legacy, and these materials require cataloguing, organizing, and ...

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