Hemeroteca de la sección ‘Ambiente’

The Battle for History – Part II

Por • 23 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

The symbolism of the ancient Assyrian-Babylonian kings (and the Russian Tsars were successors of the Roman Empire, which, according to the Book of Daniel, succeeded the Babylonian empire – Russian scribes developed this inheritance in the “Tale of the Kingdom of Babylon” and the “Tale of Borma Yaryzhka” [2]) included a red bull and a white falcon (or white deer). The Russian Tsar was a White Tsar, that is to say autonomous, not dependent on anyone (in the social sphere, the “white kingdom” is related to the “white towns” and “white clergy” [3]) and a Red Tsar, the anointed commander of the host. The February conspiracy was led by generals and the episcopate [4]. This last point must be acknowledged, as it does not contradict the Soviet (and its mirror opposite, the anti-Soviet) version of the “monarchist clergy.” Investigations by the historian, Dr. Mikhail Babkin, have laid this problem bare. They also explained extremely well why the idea of an Orthodox monarchy is unpopular in contemporary Church circles.

The Battle for History: Part I

Por • 21 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

“The battle forActually, the simplest inferences convince us that time is, at best, a very grand convention. The past has passed, and it’s not anymore. The future can only be yet to be, and it is also not. The present is a unit that tends to zero. But we know that zero is identical to infinity. From the point of view of infinity, there is neither a past nor a future. To be more precise, all is one. Everything always is and is in everything. History is a myth. According to A. F. Losev, the myth is an “open magical name”; he also held that “myth is miracle” without a human origin. history.” What does this mean? What battle could we be speaking of, if history is the past and, as we are told, we cannot return any further?

Priests and Warriors should regain its essential position

Por • 16 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

The concept of chaos is very profound and demand the whole lecture. I am studying in Ancient culture and in contemporaneous interpretation. Chaos is the world in the state that precedes the Order. That is essential. Such chaos is the possibility of new creation. The moderns understand by chaos the confusion that follows the destruction of the order. It is the case of actual chaos. It is not chaotic in the Greek sense, that is the dead chaos, that has no life inside of it. I am pessimistic as to status qua. If the things go the same way they are going now it will bring total destruction of the humanity. May be we deserve that. More we acquire more we are doomed. But before being totally replaced by Artificial Intelligence what globalists and progressists want to do, we can decide otherwise.

Sentido profundo del amor

Por • 11 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

El filósofo Franz Brentano (1838-1917), académicamente ignorado, fue el primero que descubrió la naturaleza elemental de los actos de amor y odio como más primitivos que los del juicio. Superando así los errores psicológicos habituales que limitan el amor y odio a los sentimientos. Medio siglo después, otro filósofo, Max Scheler(1874-1928), discípulo de Brentano a través de su maestro Husserl, vino a confirmar la tesis del Mago de Viena: “Hay en el amor y el odio una evidencia propia que no puede medirse por la evidencia de la razón” Como no puede amarse lo que no se conoce, el amor es un movimiento intencional sobre algo valioso haciendo aparecer en él el valor más alto, de modo tal que no se ama un valor sino algo que es valioso.

Can Iran Save Itself From the White House’s Newest Warmongers?

Por • 9 abr, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

The US President is filling his cabinet with neocon war hawks, who spent years or even decades lobbying for American military interventions all over the world. Countries with a strong nuclear deterrence, like Russia or China, are relatively safe, at least for now, while countries like Iran or North Korea should definitely be very concerned about the prospect of a new American war in the Middle East or South East Asia. Given that Bolton is a longtime Iran hawk and that Trump is looking for a meeting with Kim Jung-un, Iran looks like the more likely target, at least in the near term. A good option for Iran is to obtain some sort of military and diplomatic protection from a global power that Trump has to take seriously. For instance, Iran can throw its support behind China’s push to dethrone the US dollar as the currency of choice for global oil trading. Any viable Iranian strategy should also include a rapprochement with Turkey in spite of all religious and geopolitical differences between the two countries. Rouhani’s decision to meet Putin and Erdogan in Ankara is definitely a step in the right direction.

Estado e historia

Por • 30 mar, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

Nuestro tema –el análisis de las relaciones entre Estado e historia– no está planteado en abstracto, sino en el contexto de los debates que ha suscitado en todo el mundo el artículo de Francis Fukuyama sobre el «Fin de la historia». Por este motivo, el rótulo de este ensayo podría cambiarse por este otro («dual» del rótulo titular): «El Fin de la historia: en torno al artículo de Francis Fukuyama con especial consideración de su incidencia sobre las relaciones entre Estado e historia».

El artículo de referencia, como es bien sabido, fue publicado en el verano de 1989 en la revista The National Interest; fue traducido al español en la revista Claves en abril de 1990. El autor ofreció su escrito con un título interrogativo («¿El Fin de la historia?»); sin embargo, el artículo pertenece antes al género «dogmático» que al género «problemático». Es un artículo de «tesis», expuesto de un modo lineal y sencillo. Dos años después Fukuyama ha publicado un libro, recién traducido al español, con el título El fin de la Historia y el último hombre (Planeta, Barcelona, marzo 1992, 474 págs.). Hay que agradecer a Francis Fukuyama la «impudicia» de su decisión de mostrarnos, en cientos de páginas, los presupuestos que, según él, constituyen el fondo de su artículo, así como sus consecuencias. Podría también acaso decirse que el libro se ha propuesto dar un recubrimiento «académico» a un artículo «mundano».

Cut elimination, identity elimination, and interpolation in super-Belnap logics

Por • 25 mar, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

We develop a Gentzen-style proof theory for super-Belnap logics (extensions of the four-valued Dunn-Belnap logic), expanding on an approach initiated by Pynko. We show that just like substructural logics may be understood proof-theoretically as logics which relax the structural rules of classical logic but keep its logical rules as well as the rules of Identity and Cut, super-Belnap logics may be seen as logics which relax Identity and Cut but keep the logical rules as well as the structural rules of classical logic. A generalization of the cut elimination theorem for classical propositional logic is then proved and used to establish interpolation for various super-Belnap logics. In particular, we obtain an alternative syntactic proof of a refinement of the Craig interpolation theorem for classical propositional logic discovered recently by Milne.

Logical perfection in mathematics and beyond

Por • 17 mar, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

In this paper we discuss the notion of logically perfect structures in mathematics, introduce by the second author, and argue that those structures might also be of interest in physics.

Why Black Swan events must occur – an ontological investigation

Por • 12 mar, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

We develop a first-order deductive system to show that the occurrence of Black Swan events is implied by their definition. It follows as a corollary of our theorem that any computational model of decision-making under uncertainty is incomplete in the sense that not all events that occur can be taken into account. In the context of decision theory we argue that this constitutes a stronger sense of uncertainty than Knightian uncertainty.

From Vectors to Geometric Algebra

Por • 1 mar, 2018 • Category: Ambiente

Geometric algebra is the natural outgrowth of the concept of a vector and the addition of vectors. After reviewing the properties of the addition of vectors, a multiplication of vectors is introduced in such a way that it encodes the famous Pythagorean theorem. Synthetic proofs of theorems in Euclidean geometry can then be replaced by powerful algebraic proofs. Whereas we largely limit our attention to 2 and 3 dimensions, geometric algebra is applicable in any number of dimensions, and in both Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries.