Plotting from History

Towards an algebraic understanding of architectonic interpretation (according to J. Vuillemin)

In his Philosophie de l’algèbre (readable at amazon preview), Jules Vuillemin distinguishes 6 dimensions of interpretation in the Cartesian Architectonics, which depend upon a strict distinction between the synthetical and the analytical. Descartes was of the clear opinion that analysis can only treat particular problems, while synthesis can only proceed within the general. In the view … Continue reading

PHD Kolloquium Winter 2012: Computability in the light of the Master Argument
Projective Theory of Technology

PHD Kolloquium Winter 2012: Computability in the light of the Master Argument

download flyer PhD Kolloquium in Projective Theory on Technology, Wintersemester 2012, LAV CAAD Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zürich, Switzerland Computability – considered in the light of the Master Argument Computation is largely treated today as the procedure to »mechanize« »logics«. Our interest with a projective theory on technology is not to reject (negate) or … Continue reading