Thursday, June 22, 2006

On epistemological icebergs


One could once again advance the idea ... that everything in the world, everything, every event, every property of things and events, every relation that things and events have to each other, are each one of them an epistemological iceberg. Our knowledge and rational belief about all these things, though real, is selective and limited. If you take this view then it becomes easier to accept that the secondary qualities might have hidden depths to which we cannot penetrate in perception, Yet, on the other side...

Still no formula, just video. This one, slightly epistemologically altered for the sake of the argument in which Sam Renseiw's accounts for the question of the white stallion's actual colour. Ckeck it out by clicking here or stand in line above.(patafilm # 202, 01'09'', 5.2 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version here)

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