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Bernardo Kastrup

Why Materialism Is Baloney

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This is a teaser of the book "Why Materialism Is Baloney," by Bernardo Kastrup. Book pages:

http://www.iff-books.com/bo...
http://www.amazon.com/Why-M...
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Author pages:

http://www.bernardokastrup.com
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Credits: Background music "Felicitatem Dotatus" by Lino Rise - Free Music Production, http://www.linorise.de. Stock footage licensed from http://www.clipcanvas.com.

Copyright 2013-2014 by Bernardo Kastrup. All rights reserved. Show less
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This is a series of myths about the nature of reality and of our condition as conscious entities in it. Fact or fiction? You be the judge. But whatever the answer, these are an intriguing, aesthetically pleasing stories for the enjoyment of both right- and left-brained connoisseurs; sculptures of thought at play in the sandpit of ontological possibilities...

For more information:
http://www.bernardokastrup.com
http://www.facebook.com/BernardoKastrup

About the graphical effects in these videos: Most graphics are generated by 'Morphogence,' a generative art algorithm I've developed over the past 5 years. Morphogence uses a cellular automaton framework to simulate a universe whose entire phenomenology is determined by artificial neuronal networks. In other words, most of the graphical effects in these videos are not explicitly created by a human being, but emerge from a form of machine intelligence that constantly struggles between the opposite poles of structure and chaos; habit and novelty. If you are an academic, an artist, or would otherwise like to explore commercial uses of Morphogence, please contact me through this contact form: http://www.bernardokastrup.com/2011/05/contact.html. (Please don't forget to include your full name, affiliation, contact information, and the nature of your interest, otherwise I won't be able to reply.)

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A video series and accompanying audio podcast dedicated to exploring the human condition through the imagination. The series comprises conversations about art, mythology, theology, philosophy, psychology, and more, with some of the more interesting and lesser known thinkers and visionaries of our time.
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