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  1. Jacob Roman Commentary on Aristotle's Physics : 218b10 to 223a23.Jacob Parr - manuscript
    The author Jacob Roman (Parr) provides commentary and line by line analysis of 218b10 through 223a23 , which is of Aristotle's Physica . -/- written in 2023 .
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  2. Appendix 3 and the Solution to the Hard Problem of Consciousness.Jacob Parr - manuscript
    The author , after Bergson , provides a formal deduction which defends Bergson ’s claim that “ the character of movements which are externally identical are internally different “ . The author is responding to Diana Coole and Samantha Frost ’s “ Introducing the New Materialisms ” , wherein neither Coole nor Frost showed a knowledge of Bergson or his existence whatsoever despite seemingly having to have read Deleuze and Deleuze ’s contemporaries … -/- The author also presents a novel (...)
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  3.  47
    Metaphysics.Jacob Parr - unknown
    A short formal actually-onepage proof that proves all things must be interpretable in at least more than one way , as any determination to an exact unary finitude is an overdetermination in necessitation that obtains an analytic contradiction which would thus be a doubly determinable conclusivity, which if as assumed would not be analytically so; thus, one must have, for any axiomatic set theoretic construction to number count to properly function toward any decision making aprioretically founded actual aposteriori -- and (...)
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  4. Kinds and Degrees.Jacob Parr - unknown
    A Book of First Philosophy . Currently practically finished . Over 25000 words , around 125 pages . Baskerville font , not double spaced , around 11 pt font . Various margins , not as large print as Baumgarten's Aestetica , but could benefit from stylistic inclusions similar to Baumgarten's Astetica . The book posits a first philosophy grounded in sense -- and actually succeeds in its telos . -/- Bergson's books are printed with 2 paragraphs per leaf . i (...)
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  5.  95
    A Review of Asteroid City by a Wes Anderson. [REVIEW]Jacob Parr - manuscript
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