Mereology: The Origins of Garlic Cures and the Art of Telling a Tale of Ragout
ISBN: 3932796500
EAN13: 9783932796500
Language: English
Publication Date: Oct 19, 2015
Pages: 386
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Mereology: The Origins of Garlic Cures and the Art of Telling a Tale of Ragout is scientific journalism of philosophical proportions that entertains and informs layman while providing a method for scientists to use in understanding the proto-concepts underscoring their own theories; thus opening an awareness to where, when, how and why scientists have arrived at the questionable time and space in which they (and we) are all now living. As a delivery device, humorous life experiences as well as tragic tasty metaphors and toothsome examples, as are befitting a Tale of Ragout, are used to bring forth meaning and context in the difficult to understand proto-concepts, and transport, with speeds reaching well beyond those of light particles, the reader along with tales of amputation, murder, poisonings, mafia dealings, nuthouse internment, cross country bicycle tours, skateboarding, conspiracy-theories-come-true, indiscriminate sexual encounters and punk rock. The theoretic dialogue in the book is based on the phenomenological works of Edmund Husserl, Ernst Cassirer, Mikhail Bahktin and Max Scheler, and argue that George Berkeley, Gottfried Leibniz and Baruch Spinoza separately deconstructed the mereological experience found in Ancient Philosophy (in general). Mostly, the Garlic Cures uses as its main go-to Ancient source, as the argument is simplified for the sake of making the book less than five hundred pages, the works of Aristotle.

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