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Mongst - Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature Album

Mongst - Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature Album

Performer: Mongst
Title: Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature
Style: Noise, Drone
Released: 2010
Cat#: INW 238
Country: US
Label: Isolated Now Waves
Size MP3 version: 2883 mb
Size FLAC version: 2634 mb
Size WMA version: 1706 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 305
Genre: Electronic

Mongst - Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature Album


Tracklist

1Israel Hole
2A Great Guy Who Will Be Missed
3The Mother Of The Sea Creatures
4Tone Poem For The Faceless Alone

Notes

A-1 is a field recording from inside a cave in the northern hills of Israel. Recorded in the summer of 2010 on the west coast of Canada.

Isolated Now Waves also uses the catalog number INW 238 for this release.

Album

Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature is a 1979 book by the American philosopher Richard Rorty, in which the author attempts to dissolve modern philosophical problems instead of solving them by presenting them as pseudo-problems that only exist in the language-game of epistemological projects culminating in analytic philosophy. In a pragmatist gesture, Rorty suggests that philosophy must get past these pseudo-problems if it is to be productive. The work was considered controversial upon publication, and. Listen to online Mongst - Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Mongst - Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Isolated Now Waves catalog number 238. This album was released in 2010 year. Format of the release is. Cassette , Album. First date of Copyright: C 2010. See also releases of Mongst: Click to release cover to see details . The image of the Mirror of Nature--a mirror more easily and certainly seen that that which it mirrors--suggests, and is suggested by, the image of philosophy as such a quest. He summarizes, I have argued. that the desire for a theory of knowledge is a desire for constraint--a desire to find foundations' to which one might cling, frameworks beyond which one must not stray, objects which impose themselves, representations which cannot be gainsaid. Текст песни: When forest call And birds fly in my dreams The silver moon Shine in my secret world. Date of Copyright . The first, the one in the title, is to argue against the philosophical position which he calls the mirror of Nature: the assumption that the mind is in some sense a reflection of the world. Rorty sees this idea both as being central to a large part of existing philosophy, and also as seriously mistaken. Pretending to see unadulterated reality, as if through a translucent mirror of nature, mistakes the map for the territory, and stultifies our perception. Theories and maps are more or less useful, hence pragmatism. Viewpoints are more or less interesting and enriching, hence Nietzschean perspectivism. Most important - you can download the album The Philosphy of Marketing to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: The Philosphy of Marketing 2018. Search any pictures , Adult videos and photos , Best world video search Feedback, For copyright holders - . Скачать Mongst - Philosphy & The Mirror Of Nature mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or Dawdler's Philosophy Podcast just did a two-Part Episode deep into Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Rossen Roussev. 14 February at 07:57. Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves The Poverty of Philosphy Immortal Technique Revolutionary Vol

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Though he is perhaps better known as half of Aerosol Constellations and one quarter of Shearing Pinx, Jeremy has been producing work on his own (under is own name and as Mongst) for some years.

The highlight of the album for me is the second track, which introduces a wavering feedback loop several minutes in that feels pleasantly familiar and cathartic, nicely tying together the rest of the track. The album as a whole is well-tempered and subtle, two traits often missing on DIY cassettes these days.