Our striving for knowledge is a declaration of love. By gaining wisdom we are loved in return. – Claus Janew lives in Dresden and Bonn, Germany, and has been an independent researcher in philosophy for 28 years. He discovered the infinitesimality structure, an explanation of both consciousness and reality being a direct solution to the problem of free will. The basics have been published in German and English journals. A comprehensive book about his new metaphysics has been published in German, furthermore a self-help guide and a metaphysical dialogue.
Penultimate Year Student of Law B.A. L.L.B, National Law University Odisha. Inclined towards Freudian Psychoanalysis. Interested in Metaphysics. Exploring Existentialism.
Richard McKeon, Kenneth Burke, Graham Harman, Quentin Meillassoux, Object-Oriented Ontology, Object-Oriented Philosophy, Speculative Realism, Linguistic Turn, Metaphysical Turn, Ecocriticism
…PhD Thesis: “Divine Simplicity and the Triune Identity: A Critical Dialogue with the Theological Metaphysics of Robert W. Jenson”…
I am a first year PhD student in Christian Theology at the University of Cambridge. My thesis explores the relationship between the doctrines of divine simplicity and the Trinity, with special attention to the revisionary metaphysics of Robert W Jenson. I am an adjunct instructor for Southern Nazarene University (Bethany, OK, USA). I am interested in Christian and Platonic metaphysics, particularly in participation and the analogia entis. I am also interested in theological aesthetics, the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar, the theology of sanctification, and theological epistemology.
My work is concentrated in the areas of metaphysics, ethics, and aesthetics. I specialize in Continental Philosophy and the philosophy of Bernard Lonergan. I have write on the philosophy of art and architecture, and do applied ethics in the areas of international development and urban affairs.
My research interests comprise the study of human and non-human relations among the Shuar of the ecuadorian Amazon, as well as their conceptualizations of nature in all its physical and metaphysical nuances. Moreover, i am also interested in the study of the relationships that exist between culture and nature in the cultural landscapes and the valorization of this complex heritage by the local communities and tourists.
Independent Scholar in philosophy that goes by the online moniker Ferrum Intellectus. My research interests include:
Political PhilosophyMoral PhilosophyMetaphysicsOntologyPhilosophy of MindDisability TheoryEpistemologyPhenomenologyPhilosophy of ReligionExistentialism
I focus on plant morphology and biological theory in the 19th and 20th centuries. Areas of focus include theories of plant morphology, the application of mathematics to morphology, and metaphysical contexts of morphology. Specific individuals covered include Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Agnes Arber, D’Arcy Thompson, George Adams, and Olive Whicher.
Currently (2018) undertaking PhD by practice in filmmaking at Edinburgh Napier University, making an experimental documentary about Scottish metaphysical writer David Lindsay (1876-1945), author of A Voyage to Arcturus, The Haunted Woman, and others. I am also the author of a number of popular history titles, including The Knights Templar: The History & Myths of the Legendary Military Order; The Cathars: The Rise & Fall of the Great Heresy and The Gnostics: The First Christian Heretics.
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❧ sub-theme 1a: Philosophical implications of (the possibility of) cross-cultural communication. This sub-theme is focused on metaphysics, epistemology, and the philosophy of language (and where those intersect) and builds on the ideas of Quine and (especially) Davidson. [Keywords: triangulation, conceptual schemes, intersubjectivity, coherenti…
My philosophical interests are divided over two broad areas. One is in the overlap of (meta-) ethics and social/political philosophy; the other is in the intersection of philosophy of language, metaphysics, and epistemology. Much (but not all) of my work is most closely affiliated with the analytic tradition both in style and content, and much of it is heavily influenced by the philosophies of Donald Davidson and W.V.O. Quine, but I am also interested in (parts of) Indian, Chinese, and continental philosophy. Before I became a “philosopher” I was an economic geographer. I gradually moved from one discipline to the other, but I remain interested in geography, heterodox economics, and in the other social sciences as well. For further information about my research themes, see my personal homepage.