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Introduction to Social Solipsism By Jack Dunietz
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20 Days of enlightenment
Introduction to Social Solipsism By Jack Dunietz
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#critical transmedia 9. toward a public solipsism By PHILLIP BALDWIN
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And what is at the very essence of the legitimacy of game theory? It is a type of prisoners dilemma. The overall banal self-destructive idea that any culture wishes to judge artists in their... More > 'individuality' and wasting their time in plastic media instead of watching reruns, buying iPhone 7, or mowing the lawn. What the legitimacy of the artist has to do is validate some aspects of artifice, shamanic totem loving, and some fluid manipulation of forms in and for themselves outside of 'utility'. What the utilitarian society says these people are at once both 'useless' and 'profound'. They are outside of the calculus of utility. But I contend they are square within the eye of the commodity hurricane. What the meta-financial community does to them and can bet upon their profundity goes beyond use. individual profundity, somewhere along the line, will hit the jack pot....like the lottery. The financial community bets on the utility, fame, youth, beauty, of the attending artist in the spectacle of the night..< Less
The Solipsist By J.P. Hale
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Wesley is perplexed by what he should do and why with his life. After meeting with an intellectual he soon makes his decision, has a nervous breakdown and finds solipsism as truth.
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"Nothing exists; even if something does exist, nothing can be known about it; and even if something can be known about it, knowledge about it can't be communicated." Descartes theorized... More > that it's impossible to prove that the external world actually exists. For Leo Gorgias, Descartes' words might prove to more than just a theory. Leo struggles to come to terms with himself, his love life, and suicide--but, he may find out that there isn't much to come to terms with after all.< Less
Playing the Greatest Game By Malcolm Little
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The United States of the 2030s has been usurped by an autocratic, illimitable AI. Kurtis Veerstra, a discharged Navy SEAL, has spent his last few years engaged in overseas conflicts waged on behalf... More > of the AI. His combat experiences have colored his views: being ruled over by an artificial being for the remainder of his life is an unacceptable proposition. The year is 2038. AI planetary domination is imminent. Amidst a critical proclamation by the synthetic overseer, Kurtis and his wife Melina try to enjoy a dinner date at their celebrity friend’s Hollywood mansion. Little do they know that an anti-AI faction has been observing the couple, intent on recruiting them into the fight against the usurper. As the night unfolds, the omniscient AI moves to extinguish the resistance, pitching Kurtis and Melina into nightmarish tribulations that spread over the breadth of Los Angeles.< Less
Daydream By Sean Thompson
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Taiven Prower is a young college student with girl troubles, financial troubles, and an average life. His dreams of something more exciting become more true than he could ever wish when the world... More > itself suddenly starts to bend and shift according to the whims of people's own imaginations. Caught in ever shifting world full of unknown danger and bizarre circumstances Taiven must face both the challenge of surviving and the ultimate question: What would you do, with ultimate power?< Less
Coco Macaque By Tom Bradshaw
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A group of characters go on a philosophical journey to find the end of the world. When they get there they discover a bigger intellectual puzzle than they set out to find.
Coco Macaque By Tom Bradshaw
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A group of characters go on a philosophical journey to find the end of the world. When they get there they discover a bigger intellectual puzzle than they set out to find.
Flatland By Edwin A. Abbott
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Flatland is a two-dimensional world of geometric figures. The narrator is a square, which makes him a member of the professionals. He has a dream about a one-dimensional world of lustrous points... More > called Lineland. He trys to convince the Lineland King of a second dimension but it is impossible for the King to see outside of his straight line. A Sphere visits Flatland once each millennium to train a new apostle of the existence of Spaceland a three dimensional world. The Square cannot comprehend a third dimension until he sees Spaceland for himself. From Spaceland, they observe the leaders of Flatland acknowledging the existence of the sphere and prescribing the silencing of anyone found telling about Spaceland and the third dimension. The Square tries to convince the Sphere of the theoretical possibility of the existence of a fourth, fifth, or sixth spatial dimension. The Sphere incapable of comprehending other dimensions returns his student to Flatland.< Less