Monthly Archives: November 2015

Slow, Steady, and Permanent

Your half hour will be well spent in a close engagement with the thought of Mr. Varela. Recovering Common Sense The tacit assumption behind the varieties of cognitive realism (cognitivism, emergence, and the society of mind) has been that the … Continue reading

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Working Class or Just Playing

Middle Class (2016) – workshop version Workshop version is my term designating specific pieces to be ongoing, incomplete, in progress. The term is borrowed from Charles Mingus, who characterized his ensembles in the fifties to be The Charles Mingus Workshop because … Continue reading

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Syria, Remember Me

Deborah Felmeth married a Syrian man and lived a life with one foot in Vermont and another foot in Damascus, Syria. She taught music and movement and yoga in both places. Then, all hell broke loose. I don’t know the … Continue reading

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Free Play Fan of the Year

The votes are in: Dave’s mom wins the Free Play Softball League’s Fan of the Year Award for the first year in a row. She is coming out to Field #11 late in the season to see us bolt together … Continue reading

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Contexting

DIFFUSION from Kouhei Nakama on Vimeo. Let the lover be disgraceful, crazy, absentminded. Someone sober will worry about things going badly. Let the lover be. version of Rumi by Coleman Barks Years ago at a workshop South African composer and … Continue reading

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Mindscapes

Learning to Dance In Bali from Fabio Peres on Vimeo. heterogenistics | Professor Magoroh Maruyama Endogeneous research::Research done by “objective” researchers coming from the outside suffers from several problem such as epistemological, cultural and social prejudices, misunderstanding due to different … Continue reading

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Transcendental Semiosis

“In many respects, this trinity agrees with the Christian trinity: indeed I am nor aware that there are many points of disagreement. The interpretant is evidently the Divine Logos or word; and if our former guess that a Reference to an interpretant is … Continue reading

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Free Play Spears

But full of fire and greedy hardiment, The youthfull knight could not for ought be staide, But forth unto the darksome hole he went, And looked in: his glistring armor made A litle glooming light, much like a shade, By … Continue reading

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