EPISTEMOLOGICAL MEDITATIONS ON SCIENCE, NARRATION/POETRY, AND POLITICS (2015, 7,300 words)

1. Central Orientation Points for Epistemology: For a “Soft” Skepticism;

2. Cognition Is Constituted by and as History: Life-destroying and Life-preserving Science;

3. Narrations in Science and Fiction: 3.21. On Pragmatic Anchorage, 3.22. On Porous Boundaries between Form and Actuality;

4. The Poet’s Politics as Semantic Positioning: Thinking with Sense

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