In this exciting in-person discussion, please join Interintellect fellow Bryan Kam to discuss his original philosophical work. No background in the subject is required.
We live in two worlds: one of language, logic, concepts, and abstractions — and another, of sensations, experience, and intuition. They’re inseparable and enrich one another, but each world has its own native tongue, native practices, and natural inclinations.
Bryan is an Interintellect fellow who is writing a book called Neither/Nor, which provides a methodology for recognizing and pragmatically applying philosophical frameworks. The methodology helps its practitioners understand, at a meta-level, how to think about philosophical and scientific approaches, when and how to apply them, how to recognize when they are failing, and how to switch strategies skillfully.
In short, it provides a methodology for healthy inquiry and intervention, which avoids the twin pitfalls of too much abstraction and too much experience.
In this special members-only Interintellect event, Bryan will speak publicly on the progress of this book and the underlying methodology. He will give a brief overview of the journey and its results so far, as well as answer questions about where the process will lead.
Specific meeting details will be shared with RSVPs via email and in the London channel of the Interintellect community Discord.
This is a members only event. Please sign in to RSVP.