The dystopian world of fiction

I recently got into Sci-Fi short films presented on DUST channel. They each condenses a whole new ambitious worldview into 10-30 minutes of storytelling, which seems quite remarkable. After drifting in and out of new planets in the galaxies, battles to emancipate synthetic robots, and immersive life counseling technologies, I cannot help but amaze at … Continue reading The dystopian world of fiction

Philo-byte Friday #2

One day late... but wouldn't spoil the title of this segment 😛 Today's bit is on the never-ending debate on the nature of Mathematics: Is Math invented or discovered? Reduction of knowledge areas: is mathematics a science, or a mere analytic language game? Anti-realists: Math is invented Anti-realists argue that Mathematics is a pure invention … Continue reading Philo-byte Friday #2

Philo-byte Friday #1

Aesthetic expression D.W. Gotshalk. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art CriticismVol. 13, No. 1 (Sep., 1954), pp. 80-85Expression is some elements of an artwork (materials, forms) making some other deeper or more critical elements manifest (i.e. suggestive). To achieve such an effect, the elements must cohere well enough. Once achieved, such an expression becomes an … Continue reading Philo-byte Friday #1