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Abraham Heinemann commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"That is not what I am conversing about if you are replying to me John. I am not talking the equivalent of Star Trek's Prime Directive, which as a series reiterated from a philosophical point of view that holding such a position is not real…"
Aug 16, 2013
John McCreery commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"Edward Said once remarked that fields remain alive so long as their perennial problems attract the interest of scholars. That observers affect what they see is not news in the social sciences (see, for example, Alfred Shutz's Phenomenology of…"
Aug 16, 2013
Abraham Heinemann commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"p.s. i would definitely be up for a chat to better get some depth on where your going with this so I could learn some more cos I like many things about it :) skype address: abraham.heinemann"
Aug 15, 2013
Abraham Heinemann commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"You may find quite easy to read and a wee interesting my own dissertations postlogue (pg 47 onward) and the description on the related poster. Although a little dated for me now, in short: "My postulation is that what we often refer…"
Aug 15, 2013
Marcus Bajema commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"You might actually want to take a look at what Niels Bohr himself said about anthropology in his lecture 'Natural philosophy and human cultures' published in Nature (see link below). He seems to tak a position that corresponds in a broad…"
Aug 13, 2013
John McCreery commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"On the face of it, this is an excellent argument, but digging a little deeper one has to wonder How do we ever communicate with other people if we live in totally different worlds? Having lived for over thirty years in Japan, once described by Ruth…"
Aug 10, 2013
Sipke Shaughnessy commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"Thank you very much for your comments Michael and John. I apologise for taking so long to reply but I managed to fracture a finger so typing has become a bit of a struggle.  @John: My understanding of VDC's argument is that anthropology…"
Aug 9, 2013
Michael Alexeevich Popov commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"" I want to offer my own serious consideration of quantum mechanics, particularly the application of quantum computing to artificial intelligence and consciousness. In doing so, I want to examine the convergences between VDC's cosmological…"
Aug 8, 2013
John McCreery commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"P.S. I should ad re Francois Jullien's The Propensity of Things that one way to think of what he is up to is to imagine the world as a game of go instead of a game of chess. Where chess is all about the pieces, how they move and which…"
Jul 29, 2013
John McCreery commented on Sipke Shaughnessy's blog post Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics
"Sipke, Your project is an extraordinary, and to me exciting one. But I need a little help here. Could you say a bit more about your current sense of the relationship between "E. Viveiros De Castro's thoughts on 'taking…"
Jul 29, 2013
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Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics

Hi everyone,I thought I'd use this site to ask for some dissertation-related advice. I'm currently beginning to work on an undergraduate dissertation in which I'm hoping to explore a few things relating to what some people are calling the ontological turn in anthropology. Beginning with E. Viveiros De Castro's thoughts on 'taking seriously' the ontologies of the Other, I want to offer my own serious consideration of quantum mechanics, particularly the application of quantum computing to…See More
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Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics

Hi everyone,I thought I'd use this site to ask for some dissertation-related advice. I'm currently beginning to work on an undergraduate dissertation in which I'm hoping to explore a few things relating to what some people are calling the ontological turn in anthropology. Beginning with E. Viveiros De Castro's thoughts on 'taking seriously' the ontologies of the Other, I want to offer my own serious consideration of quantum mechanics, particularly the application of quantum computing to…See More
Jul 28, 2013
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Antropologia Brasileira / Brazilian Anthropology

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Anthropology of Sports

Anthropology of Sport is the cross-cultural and biological understanding of sport in prehistory, history, and the contemporary world (Blanchard 1995). It analyzes [...] how sport influences the lives of individuals and communities around the world.
Dec 31, 2012

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Multinaturalism in Quantum Mechanics

Hi everyone,

I thought I'd use this site to ask for some dissertation-related advice. I'm currently beginning to work on an undergraduate dissertation in which I'm hoping to explore a few things relating to what some people are calling the ontological turn in anthropology. 

Beginning with E. Viveiros De Castro's thoughts on 'taking seriously' the ontologies of the Other, I want to offer my own serious consideration of quantum mechanics, particularly the application of…

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At 8:25am on March 25, 2012, Keith Hart said…

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