Twitter | Search | |
Bernardo Kastrup
Author, philosopher (ontology, philosophy of mind), computer scientist (AI, reconfigurable computing).
3,376
Tweets
229
Following
3,145
Followers
Tweets
Bernardo Kastrup 5h
The book has been finished, already for two months. It's in production now. But the quote is nice ;-) BTW, don't tell anybody, but here is the tentative cover... ;-)
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup 8h
Still talking to Nietzsche (the one who lives in my mind) on the trails and peaks of the upper Engadin...
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 15
Download the paper and read the header, where the date February 1, 2008 is clearly shown.
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 14
Rovelli upload a 2008 update in .
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 14
Replying to @RichardHabets
His unreserved honesty, and the struggle against an apparently meaningless life... His life embodies the human drama; it's the human condition compressed in one personality...
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 14
The hike from Sils to the Fedoz Valley and back via Isola was almost certainly one Nietzsche did many times; and he would have liked to have the entire valley for himself, just as we did today. By the way, there is something about pyramid-like rocks and boulders on this trip...
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 13
One of Nietzsche's favorite hikes was the high trail from Sils-Maria to Val Fex. I am, once again, following on his footsteps, trying to get a taste of his inner life...
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 12
Here is the place in the Chastè island (it's more of a peninsula) of lake Sils where Nietzsche dreamed of building his little "dog house," a place of his own. Having walked around the island today, I can understand why he chose this place. The house, alas, would never be built.
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 11
More photos on the latest hikes on the footsteps on Nietzsche can be found here:
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 9
More photos and commentary of today's trek in the footsteps of Nietzsche:
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 8
On the footsteps of Nietzsche in Sils Maria, Engadin. All the way down this valley is the Maloja Pass​. If you've watched 'The Clouds of Sils Maria,' this is where one can see 'the snake' meandering its way from the Maloja Pass up the valley. No such luck today though.
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 7
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 7
Somewhere along this shore line, in 1875, Carl Jung was born. My 2021 book will be about Jung...
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 6
Now in Italian! And if you missed the English original, here you go:
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup retweeted
Bernardo Kastrup May 28
"The screen of perception is much more akin to a dashboard than a window into the environment. It conveys information in an indirect, encoded manner that helps us survive. The forms and colors we see are like dials about mental states out there."
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 4
Jeff is back, shaking things up again! Worthy of your time.
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup Jun 1
Now on YouTube:
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup May 29
Replying to @djbelieve
:-)
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup May 29
A nicely done, brief documentary about the most reliable, and most interesting, UFO case in recent history. If you've read 'Meaning in Absurdity,' this story will have many more compelling layers for you than for others.
Reply Retweet Like
Bernardo Kastrup May 29
This was a conversation unlike any other you've heard from me! We talk about cinema, consciousness, and a number of other topics.
Reply Retweet Like