The middle way of codicalism



linguistic / substrative
analytic / continental
theoretic / noumenic
informational / phenomenological


Philosophy in the past century has been something of split occupation, one turned towards ways of seeing, and the other towards ways of being.

Codicalism — the intercourse of informational linguistic empiricism (neopragmatism) — and phenomenological substrative transcendentalism — is a project to meld the split.

“[The purpose of philosophy], Deleuze argues, is not to interpret or reflect, but to experiment and to create.”
Gilles Deleuze’s Time Machine


cf. Groundless Grounds: A study of Wittgenstein and Heidegger


Philip Thrift


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