A Conclusion on Action

Let it be known. One does not see action. One interprets physical changing events as actions. To interpret as action requires the bringing to bear on those physical changing events the elements which must always be found in any action: ends, means, values, preferences, choice, time, cost, loss, profit. The attempt to invalidate such a […]

3.1.3, On the love of the empirical

We live in a time in which we might say in some ways the spirit of the empirical rules. And I would want to be first in line to offer my gratitude for everything human observation and the use of the senses has brought us. But, and there is almost always a but, except with […]