Daniel Galera

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Daniel Galera

9 days ago

Is the universe controlled by gigantic structures?

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Daniel Galera

9 days ago

There are many ways that things or stuff can be different in science fictional speculation. Things might disconcertingly come alive as they do in Dick’s novel; or they might confront and resist me due to their sheer opacity (think of the monolith in 2001). There are also many ways to think about the changed ways that we can relate to these changed things, as well as to the whole environment of which those things are parts. Karl Marx was already saying something like this, in an implicitly science-fictional vein, when he wrote that capitalist society (already coalescing in his own time, but inflated beyond anything that he imagined today) necessarily appears to us “as an immense collection of commodities.” The current ecological crisis also forces us to think about nonhuman entities, or things, in new and different ways: as actants in the terms of Bruno Latour’s actor-network theory, as possessed of a certain vitality and agency in the new materialist theories of thinkers like Jane Bennett and Karan Barad; as irreducible to our knowledge of them in speculative realism, especially in the object-oriented ontology of Graham Harman.

Steven Shaviro Interview — Big Echo

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Daniel Galera

14 days ago

The moral value of art is not predicated upon what the art is about. Some art that I see that is simply stating the morally obvious is not, in my view, edifying. It’s often barely worth looking at. It’s the push and pull of the good and the bad that exists within art that makes it beautiful to me.

Nick Cave Lost Two Sons. His Fans Then Saved His Life.

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Daniel Galera

62 days ago

Margaret Cavendish

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Daniel Galera

62 days ago

Everyone Is Beautiful and No One Is Horny

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Daniel Galera

123 days ago

Forgiveness Is Not Buddhist

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Daniel Galera

123 days ago

Led Zeppelin Gets Into Your Soul

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Daniel Galera

123 days ago

Think Least of Death

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Daniel Galera

123 days ago

QUESTÕES CRÍTICAS ACERCA DAS PROPOSTAS DE SLOTERDIJK AO ANTROPOCENO

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Daniel Galera

220 days ago

Roden Crater

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Daniel Galera

230 days ago

Já tem uns meses mas segue bom e importante.

Pequenos fascismos, grandes negócios

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Daniel Galera

418 days ago

In the Heart of the Storm: An Interview with Donna Haraway

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Daniel Galera

431 days ago

Sobre o Partido Militar, Bolsonaro e a militarização da vida cívica.

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Daniel Galera

431 days ago

We need to regulate mind-reading tech before it exists

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Daniel Galera

431 days ago

‘Social’ Mitochondria, Whispering Between Cells, Influence Health

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Daniel Galera

431 days ago

The Delusion of Infinite Economic Growth

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Daniel Galera

431 days ago

A cooptação de junho de 2013, oito anos depois

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Daniel Galera

431 days ago

These ferns may be the first plants known to share work like ants

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Daniel Galera

505 days ago

The Lab-Leak Hypothesis

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Daniel Galera

531 days ago

Thoughts on transgression in the 21st century

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Daniel Galera

531 days ago

Não tenho veredito mas aprecio essa especulação.

The Universe Knows Right from Wrong

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Daniel Galera

535 days ago

Nem sempre esse tipo de pensamento lógico/analítico me parece o mais convincente pra pensar questões da mente/corpo, mas o Ted Chiang manda muito bem aqui. Comparação com o argumento ontológico de Anselmo é boa: a lógica desmorona quando a premissa é fé disfarçada.

Why Computers Won’t Make Themselves Smarter

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Daniel Galera

564 days ago

Remete a certas falas do protagonista de "Barba ensopada de sangue" no capítulo final, sobre a recusa do perdão como solução mágica para atenuar o sofrimento intrincado nas relações pessoais.

Forgiveness Is Not Buddhist

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Daniel Galera

564 days ago

What Dust From Space Tells Us About Ourselves

quantamagazine.org

Daniel Galera

564 days ago

Arte algorítmica para humanos algorítimicos.

The Downward Spiral: Popular Things

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Daniel Galera

615 days ago

A nova contracultura: projetar futuros e não ser visto.

The internet didn’t kill counterculture—you just won’t find it on Instagram

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Daniel Galera

676 days ago

Tamojunto

A vida sem Instagram

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Daniel Galera

710 days ago

Adoro entrevistas com mestres respondendo “sei lá risos” pra quase tudo.

We All Live in Don DeLillo's World. He's Confused by It Too.

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Daniel Galera

720 days ago

Ótimo ensaio, e inclui comentário bacana sobre “meia-noite e vinte”.

As ondas de suicídio e a “doença incurável”: formas de sofrimento psíquico no capitalismo tardio

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Daniel Galera

728 days ago

The State Space of Artificial Intelligence

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Daniel Galera

735 days ago

Nenhum texto sobre a trilogia de Jesus do Coetzee é definitivo ou mesmo chega perto, a obra é escorregadia e auto-suficiente como um polvo, mas esse aqui toca em vários pontos legais e evita forçar explicações.

J. M. Coetzee’s Unsettling Trilogy About a Possibly Divine Boy

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Daniel Galera

735 days ago

Boa análise do documentário "The Social Dilemma" e do problema das redes sociais, que é um problema do capitalismo e não das boas ou más intenções de quem opera as tecnologias.

Our Social Dilemma Has Plenty of Names: Notes Towards a New Social(ist) Media

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Daniel Galera

776 days ago

The Influence of A.N. Whitehead on the Future of Ecological Economics

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Daniel Galera

776 days ago

The Problem of Force

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Daniel Galera

812 days ago

Andei lendo e relendo o Saer, boas curiosidades aqui.

Sobre La pesquisa

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Daniel Galera

812 days ago

"Computers are not in the world."

Why general artificial intelligence will not be realized

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Daniel Galera

858 days ago

Dentro do pesadelo

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Daniel Galera

861 days ago

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Daniel Galera

876 days ago

The Coronavirus Is Rewriting Our Imaginations

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Daniel Galera

926 days ago

Karen Russell: A Brutally Honest Accounting of Writing, Money, and Motherhood

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Daniel Galera

994 days ago

Go With the Flow — Real Life

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Daniel Galera

1013 days ago

Mordaças invisíveis

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Daniel Galera

1013 days ago

Los Angeles Review of Books

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Daniel Galera

1013 days ago

Contagem regressiva

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Daniel Galera

1013 days ago

Pinker’s Pollyannish Philosophy and Its Perfidious Politics

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Daniel Galera

1013 days ago

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Daniel Galera

1037 days ago

The Protests in Hong Kong

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Daniel Galera

1064 days ago

Can We Break the Cycle of War and Famine?

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Daniel Galera

1118 days ago

Dogs Are Not Here for Our Convenience

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Daniel Galera

1144 days ago

Network of Blood — Real Life

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