Complex Aristotle

Abstract: Aristotle, the most influential genius that Earth has carried, used the double look at things but lacked a framework to formalize the complex dimension. It unwittingly fostered an inextinguishable confrontation between materialism and idealism. The most demanding analytical mind goes astray if it is not in the right framework. Material and purpose The double … Read more

Decline of science fiction and burial in the present

“Science fiction often presents humanity as a single entity: the crises and challenges they present must be faced collectively. This is why science fiction frequently conveys humanistic ideals and shared aspirations, such as “harmony in difference” and “unity in diversity”. Liu Cixin, SF author Technological and literary take-off My generation of boomers is the generation … Read more

Life exists only on Earth?

Youhouuu!! The debate about the existence of life elsewhere in the universe is akin to the controversy over the existence of God. Some believe in it as hard as iron, others consider it impossible. Surprising! The hypothesis of a life elsewhere is however more accessible to the scientific approach. We now understand better the formation … Read more

The destruction of democracies by ideologism

The fragmented war Cliché: Democratic regimes reduce the risk of war and tyrannies amplify it. Let’s correct: Between these regimes, the level of war is shifted. It would be absurd to claim that democracies are peaceful societies. On the contrary, conflicts roam freely there, much more freely than in any other regime, without being resolved. … Read more

The T<>D principle in quantum theory

(T<>D) What? The T<>D principle is at the heart of the ‘theory of everything’ explained in Surimposium. It is extremely simple: Everything emanates from a conflict between individuation and collectivization. Between “I am” and “belong to”. Between the T of soliTary and the D of soliDary. Each state of a thing is a setting between … Read more

Can we do morality without morality?

How to renew ethics? Almost all ethical discussions start from an established morality. That is, every new moral rule is born in a circular way from laws set in stone. This conservatism protects our essential ideals. But the new rules seem exposed to the risk of inbreeding. Do they really adapt best to the frenetic … Read more

How Twitter is destroying the collective

Twitter is a social swinger that has inscribed in the daily the “little phrase”. But the little phrase is vilified by all observers concerned about ethics and transparency. Taken out of context, it truncates the opinion in which it is pronounced, sometimes to the point of representing the opposite. Nasty manipulation that should have disappeared, … Read more

The quest for the concept of 'quality'

Science and reality: fusion, proximity or partnership? Between the analysis of the mind-body problem and soon that of causality, which are closely linked, it is useful to take stock of the current epistemology of science, and in particular the fundamental: What is the relationship between science and reality? How close are the models? We will … Read more

Flat physics, waiting to be re-inflated

A lack of variety Physics today is defined in three main areas: the infinitely small, the infinitely large, and what is in between. This is an infinitely serious problem. Because this definition reduces physics to a limited spatial framework, which is only one of those it uses. As if all human knowledge were reduced to … Read more