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Livro (resenha): The Territories of Human Reason

quinta-feira, janeiro 31st, 2019


Eu tenho escrito muito sobre “razão pura, natural”. Tenho sido pretensioso sugerindo que eu tenho a razão pura e que principalmente o materialismo cientifico esta com a razão corrompida, contaminada. Porque eu fui depurar a minha razão na selva virgem, reconstruindo-a pela Natureza pura. Este autor relembra que não existe a razão correta, e é impossível existir tal coisa. De fato, sabendo-se que a nossa realidade é bottomless e topless, sem alicerce e sem teto, não teria como a natureza enfiar em nossa cabeça a razão pura natural total. E nestes abismos que permanecem embaixo e encima, eu preencho com algo, inevitavelmente, o qual sera’ mistico e sera’ minha inevitável ideologia. Tambem não se esquecendo que a faixa de razão pura em diferentes pessoas pode ser diferente, uns tendo mais, outros menos. Talvez, devido a selva, eu tenha uma faixa um pouquinho mais ampliada, o que justifica defender minhas teorias perante as outras, porem, não com superioridade ou arrogância, porque permanece sendo apenas uma faixa. Portanto preciso ler este livro para corrigir o que escrevo, voltar a realidade.

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The Territories of Human Reason: Science and Theology in an Age of Multiple Rationalities (Ian Ramsey Centre Studies in Science and Religion) Kindle Edition

Bertrand Russel: Autor a ser pesquisado

quinta-feira, janeiro 31st, 2019


(texto obtido a deriva na Internet, menciona justamente algumas sugestões que extrai da formula da Matrix/DNA. Comprar o principal livro de Russel).

In Bertrand Russell I found him a source of wisdom.  For Russell, “to teach how to live without certainty, and yet without being paralyzed by hesitation, is perhaps the chief thing that philosophy, in our age, can still do for those who study it.”

Encouraged by what I read, I explored more of Russell. For Russell, human aspirations to rationality were compromised by the destructive “intellectual vice” of a natural human craving for certainty, which could not be reconciled with the limited capacities of human reason on the one hand, and the complexity of the real world on the other. Philosophy, Russell suggested, was a discipline deeply attuned to this dilemma, enabling reflective human beings to cope with their situation.

“The Enlightenment championed the idea of a universal human rationality, valid at all times and places. Yet a more sceptical attitude has increasingly gained sway, seeing this as an essentially political or cultural assertion that certain Eurocentric ways of thinking are universally valid, and hence legitimating the intellectual colonization of other parts of the world, and the suppression of other forms of rationality”

Educação Escolar Contemporânea: Ver a critica cristã

quarta-feira, novembro 21st, 2018


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Livro para ler: Reasons and Persons

sábado, novembro 3rd, 2018


Recomendado por filosofos nos foruns:

This book challenges, with several powerful arguments, some of our deepest beliefs about rationality, morality, and personal identity. The author claims that we have a false view of our own nature; that it is often rational to act against our own best interests; that most of us have moral views that are directly self-defeating; and that, when we consider future generations the conclusions will often be disturbing. He concludes that moral non-religious moral
philosophy is a young subject, with a promising but unpredictable future.


“Very few works in the subject can compare with Parfit’s in scope, fertility, imaginative resource, and cogency of reasoning.”–P.F. Strawson, The New York Review of Books
“Complex, brilliant, and entertaining….This book is chock-full of impressive arguments, many of which seem destined to become part of the standard analytic repertory….It is an understatement to say that it is well worth reading.”–International Studies in Philosophy
“Extraordinary…Brilliant…Astonishingly rich in ideas…A major contribution to philosophy: it will be read, honoured, and argued about for many years to come.”–Samuel Scheffler, Times Literary Supplement
“A brilliantly clever and imaginative book…Strange and excitingly intense.”–Alan Ryan, Sunday Times (London)
“Not many books reset the philosophical agenda in the way that this one does….Western philosophy, especially systematic ethics, will not be the same again.”–Philosophical Books
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Livro para Ler: O Fim dos Bancos

sexta-feira, novembro 2nd, 2018


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The End of Banking: Money, Credit, And the Digital Revolution by [McMillan, Jonathan]

The End of Banking: Money, Credit, And the Digital Revolution Kindle Edition

O Futuro da Mente – Comprar livro do Michio Kaku

quinta-feira, outubro 11th, 2018


Most recently Michio Kaku bestselling –  The Future of the Mind (2014).

Informacao obtida no video que contem interessante entrevista:

Origens da Vida: Informativa entrevista com Joel de Rosnay

quarta-feira, outubro 10th, 2018


Joel de Rosnay: “A vida não surgiu por acaso”

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Rosnay é autor, entre outros livros, de um clássico no assunto, Las origines de La vie, de 1965, do qual uma nova versão saiu em 1988 sob o titulo L’aventure Du vivant,

Livros a ler: Sociobiologia

sábado, junho 30th, 2018


O triunfo da sociobiologia

John Alcock

Em 2001, o biólogo John Alcock escreveu o livro O Triunfo da Sociobiologia, incluindo a sociobiologia humana (ou psicologia evolucionista). Esse livro diz muita coisa. Os biólogos e filósofos precisam lê-lo.

Analogia entre a Teoria de Teilhard de Chardin e a Teoria da Matrix/DNA

domingo, junho 24th, 2018



Open debate posted by Mario Falcetti

” “For invincible reasons of homogeneity and coherence, the fibers of cosmogenesis require to be prolonged in ourselves far more deeply than flesh and bone. We are not being tossed about and drawn along in the vital current merely by the material surface of our being. But like a subtle fluid, space-time, having drowned our bodies, penetrates our soul. It fills it and impregnates it…” ( read more at the above link)…

My comments posted at 6/24/18 (published by Disquss)

Have you noticed that the “fibers of cosmogenesis” works exactly as works the “fibers of embryogenesis”? I can’t understand why humans have the tendency to mystify what we don’t know completely building theories that appeals to non-natural like Chardin did, when we can see that what we know in nature can explain it. The fibers of embryogenesis that build flesh and bones are the proteins carrying on and processing the information in DNA. The Matrix/DNA Theory suggests an identical theory, but it is purely naturalist, never going to metaphysics. The most evolved (complex) realization of biological embryogenesis is human consciousness. Evolutionary cosmogeneses has the goal to produce a cosmic consciousness. What is the problem?!

Why we need gods, Christo, non-natural, if Nature is showing to us here and now how she works here and there? Each new human brain produced by embryogenesis does no create consciousness, since it was existing here at human species. It means that the informations for consciousness were there, not manifested but in potential state, at the first shapes of a human body, like morulae, blastula, fetus… going to embryo, when it is manifested. It takes 6 or 8 months of embryogenesis. So,,…This Universe works like a cosmic egg where the galaxies are the placenta. Inside the placenta there is a unique system that began at the Big Bang, in shape of atom ( the cloud of atoms was the blastula of cosmogenesis), evolved to stellar systems, to galaxies… all this time consciousness was in these systems, not expressed yet. Embryogenesis takes 9 months, cosmogeneses takes 13,8 billion years, because the astronomical dimension of time, but the two processes are identical. So, in this Universe is occurring a normal common process of genetic reproduction of a conscious natural system beyond and before the Big Bang. Please, Occams razor here, Chardin is not guilty because he did not know genetics, but we know it.

graphic from external link Teilhard de Chardin The PHENOMENON of MAN Translated by Bernard Wall (important extracts of the book)

graphic from external link Teilhard de Chardin The PHENOMENON of MAN Translated by Bernard Wall (important extracts of the book)

O Industrialismo predador lança mulheres contra homens para dividir, enfraquecer e reinar: livro a ler

segunda-feira, novembro 27th, 2017


The Apartheid of Sex: Manifesto on the Freedom of GenderPaperback – January 1, 1995