The Shape of Hauntings, Undone

This is an exorcism. The twitter thread above contains pictures of decomposted hauntings (the last post I made on here, on photographic hauntings go further is depth on this idea of being haunted by photographs) – I had already gotten rid of the worst contenders a while back, by commiting them to flames. But upon […]

Photographic Hauntings

If an alchemist from half a millenia ago would have seen the work of todays chemists – they would have lost their mind. There is some quote that keeps on being repeated, about modern science / technology being indistinguishable from magic. But, as we all know – science is not magic. What appears as supernatural […]

Traumatology

Recently I made a post called Philosophical Applications of Dynamical Systems Theory. In it I provided a short overview of how simple forces lead to complex behaviors, and how a graph will, over time, stabilize into either a single line – or an oscillation between 2, 4, 8 points, in a doubling fashion – depending […]

Deleuze and Guattari, and the Sciences

Deleuze and Guattari’s philosophy as presented in What is Philosophy? even though incompatible with the popular definitions of naturalism, still maintains an opposition to superstition and religion – which is what the criteria of naturalism is meant to provide.

Dissociative Photography

Here is a playlist to accompany this post! I have done film photography for some years now, and I’ve had close to no improvement in my technique. This is not really a problem – since whenever I find a limit, my go-to approach is just to use that limit as an axiom in my experimentation. […]

On the Sciences

The sciences do not require philosophy to justify them with an ontology which would attempt to make them objective. The only justification needed for the sciences are their own existence.