Month: April 2021

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    A typical example of what makes theory unformalizable is the horizontal relation between epistemorphization and the diegesis. It’s neither the case that both the truth and the untruth can be rendered apparent; nor that rendition-to-the-apparent (literally: e-vidence) reveals truth. In the rigorous language of Rudolf Willie’s “Formal Concept Analysis”, this structure of horizontal relation is […]

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    The epistemorphization of theory is about as unavoidable, useful and in-the-limit misleading as the anthropomorphization of technology. The anthropomorphic quality of technology depends on technical and market factors. Maybe the mouse pointer is only inadvertently phallic, but voice assistants (Siri, Cortana, etc) are all made to simulate the requisite physique du role. This is also […]