The Babel of Languages and the Substrate of Nature

Notes on Codicalism

     by  Philip Thrift

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0. Preface
2. UM
3. The Babel of Languages and the Substrate of Nature
4. Simulating vs. Assembling
Some codicalist metaphysics
6. Klingon, mathematics, and codicalism
7. Putting the horse before the cart
8. Linguistic pragmatism and codicalism
9. Coding the moral domain
10. Hard and soft (code)
11. Science is “the codified application of common sense”
12. AI/SB code
13. Flesh and Words
14. Information is insufficient
15. EX_MACHINA: Turing, Wittgenstein, and Wetware
16. Infinite-domain programs
17. A new epistemology-ontology landscape
18. Domains, Substance, Languages, Substrate
19. On existence
20. LAUGH: Linguistic Anthropic Universe Genesis Hypothesis
21. Philosophy’s (pragmatic) function
22. “X Code”
23. The substrate and the sublime
24. Codicalist/Codifist
25. The hackerism of codicalism
26. DSL engines
27. What evolutionary morality misses
28. Road(s) to Codicalism
29. On ‘consistency’ and natural computing
30. On the level
31. programming architectonics
32. The Five Points of Codicalism
33. Calideas – a programming language inspired by A Calculus of Ideas … and a genus of insects!
34. Mathematics is …
35. Calideas – species 0.1.1
36. A codicalist’s “philosophy of life”
37. Is biocomputing > computing?
38. Foundationalists vs. Pragmatists
39. The Calideas Framework (Introduction)
40. When Rorty Met Manny
41. Descartes’ elephant
42. Programs of the future
43. Platforms, Frameworks, and Politics
44. Tony and Cody dialogues (continued)
45. The middle way of codicalism
46. Let’s get physical
47. Cody and Tony (on “Relations”)
48. Rhizomatic programming
49. Cartesianists, Computationalists, and Codicalists
50. The beyond-Turing universe
51. HUM
52. The Procedural-Computational-Programmatic Turn


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