Posted by: Johan Normark | November 6, 2013

Alexander Bard on the Meillassouxian God

The Swedish artist, song-writer and philosopher Alexander Bard mentions Quentin Meillassoux’s inexistent God in his presentation which ends by declaring Internet as a God (among several gods). 

About these ads

Responses

  1. That was the most outrageously pseudoscientific nonsense I have seen in ages. Obviously one cannot blame Meillassoux for this guy’s ravings, but if we have Bard plus the panpsychists all coming up with this kind of B.S. and all deriving their ideas supposedly from Meillassoux, there is a clear trend here.

  2. Nope, Meillassoux is against panpsychism. Those ideas come from elsewhere (non-postmodern sources). I love your reptile brain reactions Stan (http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reptilhjärnan). Sorry for using s Swedish expression.

    You are blaming others for not having correct information and yet you still do the same thing over and over again. Sure, it is all BS so why bother reading up, right? I am not convinced by Bard at all, I just found it interesting that he referred to Meillassoux which I have mentioned on this blog before.


Categories

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 129 other followers

%d bloggers like this: