20 Burst results for "Descartes"

"descartes" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"descartes" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note rene descartes was born at la in terrain march. Thirty first fifteen ninety six. He came of a landed family with possessions in brittany as well as in the south his education was begun at the jesuit college of la fleche continued at paris and completed by travel in various countries and his studies were varied by several years of military service. After he began to devote himself to philosophy he lived chiefly in holland but the last five months of his life were spent in stockholm. At the court of queen christina of sweden where he died on february eleventh sixteen fifty while still young descartes had become profoundly dissatisfied with the scholastic philosophy which still survived in the teaching of the jesuits from whom he received his early training at adopting skeptical attitude. He set out on his travels determined to gain knowledge only from himself and the great book of the world from nature and the observation of man. It was in germany as he tells us that there came to him the idea which proved the starting point of his whole system of thought the idea i think therefore i exist which called a halt to the philosophical doubt with which he had resolved to regard everything that could conceivably be doubted on this basis. He built up a philosophy which is usually regarded as the foundation of modern thought. Not that the system of descartes has accepted today but the sweeping away of presupposition of all kinds and a method which he proposed for the discovery of truth have made possible. The whole modern philosophic development it was a discourse here printed originally published in sixteen thirty seven that this method was first presented to the world. Decarbonize was distinguished in physics and mathematics as well as in philosophy and his geometry revolutionized the study of that science..

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North Korea leader promises look at new weapon soon

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea leader promises look at new weapon soon

"North Korea is ramping up its rhetoric and talking of a new weapon I'm at a stalemate negotiations with the United States north Korean leader Kim Jong un is accusing the trump administration of dragging its feet in negotiations north Korea's state media says Kim declared a worker's party conference that his country will not give up its security for economic benefits and we'll never denuclearize unless the United States Descartes what he calls its hostile policy Kim also warns North Korea will soon show the world a new strategic weapon Washington and Pyongyang have been at the stand off for months over exchanging sanctions relief and disarmament measures Ben Thomas Washington

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"descartes" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"descartes" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Uh-huh words that bacon and descartes wrote so it's it's it's a perfect example of someone who is encouraged to pursue new knowledge strongest possible but who then produce something that had unanticipated consequences yeah this idea of this kind of unfettered unchecked checked and one of the things that i think we often hear when we study science is you know investigation for the sake of knowledge studying learning just for the sake of understanding is something very pure and something that should be celebrated and although i i agree with that i agree with it to an extent yeah there is you know there is is always going to be something that we have to think about and i think now we've got these more a modern examples of that human genetic engineering for example crisper is is a great example like we gotta be thinking of the ethics of this instead of just pushing the technology to limit but anyway so so robert i always close every episode with the same two questions and like the as a philosopher as a historian of science as somebody who really grapples with these these deeper issues it was ed courses presenting them to us in a way that we can grapple with them as well i am going to be i think fascinated to hear your responses to these questions but i have to warn you they're kind of big picture sure and i'm gonna put you on the spot a little bit no worries so i want you to think about the future which obviously you do you do in your in your book especially by relate relating it to the past so when you think about the future in whatever context is is relevant in your mind right.

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"descartes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"descartes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"We do have a pineal gland which is essentially an atrophied photoreceptor with some connections to the parietal eye of reptiles but but he as a Melatonin serotonin drives her hormone and is not involved in the generation of mental images early I don't think there's any evidence now all not that I've ever seen the this is funny because I was reading that descartes believed that the pineal gland was the point of interaction between the body and the immaterial soul that did you this may did did episode on the Pineal Gland Way back in the day so it's possible okay came across but I'm thinking back to this idea having yeah a viewer inside the viewer like an internal I inside the brain for mental imagery in the there are reasons I think that there are problems with this because if in order to see mental images we have to project them physically somewhere inside the brain what is the part of the brain saying that is looking at the image is it another brain with is inside the brain in cognitive philosophy this is sometimes called the monkey sorry that's a you know a name ridicule for like the idea that there has to be somebody inside your brain to see what your brain seeing or thinking right as with the monkey lists the ideas in human reproduction where there's a tiny little version of you inside of a sperm cell yes and like the among the idea of of reproduction it's an infinite regress S. right because if there's a little is brain inside your head in order to see what you're thinking than that brain must have little is brain inside that brain to see what that Marine thinking is something he's he's ridiculing basically it's a imagining or implicitly assuming that the brain has some sort of little pilot inside who witnesses all of our sense data and controls our reactions and again it's basically a reductio ad absurdum because it leads to the infinite regress who seeing the images inside the our eyes see things in the world so what actually is happening in the brain when you're asked to imagine a concrete image maybe we should take a break and then explore that when we come back Doc yes everyone think of a bicycle during this commercial brick problems it's human nature to hate problems but why is that after all problems inspire us to mend things ben things make things better that's why so many people.

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What Is Light?

BrainStuff

04:35 min | 2 years ago

What Is Light?

"Light. In addition to being a bright, Patrick, sunshine on your window. Sill is a metaphor for enlightenment and exploration, which is a bit paradoxical for phenomenon that even after thousands of years of inquiries and endless experiments. Scientists still can't quite explain is it a particle or wave or both or neither do we need a new word for it. Your eyes tell you a lot about the way light behaves. It travels so fast that seems instantaneous about one hundred eighty six thousand miles or three thousand kilometers per second. It blazes through air and space and laser like straight lines. But it also bounces reflects and refraction, and when it interacts with the right medium like a camera lens, it make her we know that it's made up of tiny units that we call photons, and we know that the term waves can describe its movements. But neither of these words really encompass lights auditees in ancient times. The Greeks used philosophy to attempt to address lights wide range. Of behaviors perhaps they thought light is actually composed of little bits of stuff that bounce to and fro the idea never really caught on then in the sixteen hundreds French philosopher Rene Descartes became convinced that light was essentially a wave one that moved through a mysterious substance that he called platinum Isaac Newton thought that light was a particle, but he was at a loss for a way to explain many of its properties. Like the way it refracted and could be split by prison from a single beam of white light into a rainbow of many colors of light. This was largely before the rise of empirical studies in science wherein, we attempt to answer questions about the world around us by designing experiments that demonstrate well how stuff works back in the day. Science was a matter of philosophy people coming up with about how stuff works and basically arguing about the ideas merit to be fair. Our modern microscopes computers and other equipment help just for example, lights behavior becomes more evident, depending on where you're observing it in the vacuum of space. Ace light zips along at the aforementioned one hundred eighty six thousand miles or three hundred thousand kilometers per second. But point a beam of light at a very dense bit a matter say a diamond, and it can slow to only around seventy seven thousand miles or one hundred twenty four thousand kilometers per second much easier to observe relatively to try to explain in. These are modern times. What light is let's I remember some science basics waves are not a thing or substance. They're a property of thing. A wave is a compressing and stretching of a particular medium, a like an ocean wave that drives toward the shore or the ripple spreads out across the surface of a pond when you toss in Iraq, you can see the waves with your eyes feel them with your body. And sometimes when a sound wave happens in the air, you can hear them with your ears particles on the other hand are not quite so easy to define particle can be a tiny bit of matter. A matter broken down into its smallest and most basic units water, for example, is made up of countless party. Guls particles that are affected by waves. What's really happening when you watch a wave in the ocean or ripple in a pond is that each particle or molecule in this case of water is being moved and thus the medium of the ocean or pond is being compressed and stretched in sequence and we see waves, but light as experiments have proven also consists of particles that we call photons the behave like waves. Let's unpack that there was a famous nineteenth century double slit experiment in which researchers beamed light through two slits and observed the way the light struck a screen behind the slits what they saw was that the streams of light affected each other like two hands splashing water in the same sink as if they were waves interfering with one another. But then in the twentieth century scientists began their pioneering explorations into subatomic particles. Like neutrons electrons, Albert Einstein wondered what would happen? If you emitted light one photon at a time in the double slit experiment. What scientists saw dumb found? Did them the single photons went individually through the slits, but the way that they struck the screen over time showed the same interference pattern that occurred with full-scale beams of light streaming through both slits this behavior can't be explained by the physics. We use to describe particles and waves in the macro world around us, it's in the realm of quantum mechanics. The physics theories that describe what goes on at the very smallest subatomic levels, and which we humans still don't really understand. So ultimately, if you want to answer the question, what is light you could call it both a particle and wave and you'd be correct. But as for fully explaining why and how it works. We're still working on

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"descartes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Descartes does the updates the wwl kY forecast? And again, thanks for that sunny day. I got all the yard lights up and gone away. There you go. Yeah. Because Monday was kinda nasty around the region with all that rain and win that game through and of course, an our chilly. But if you did not get the Christmas lights down you have this upcoming weekend. It is going to be a fantastic weekend. And if by chance you're going to keep them up through as these guys have been talking about the baptism of price. Which I believe is what is it the thirteenth this year? I think it is no thirteen. Okay. Yeah. Then. Yeah. I think by then we're going to be getting cold cold cold as the pattern will make a big time shift actually someone puts up the lights in our yard. I'm not gonna lie about that. But I take them down every year because it's more time consuming to put him out there. So we have a friend who does that force. And he told my wife this your tell Terry to stop taking these down because he's busting up. These lights have them. Don't work. After you take off from Christmas vacation, I'm trying to be gentle. But I gotta move it along, you know. All right. All right. All right here. The details now it's going to be quiet out there a little bit spotty drizzle possible. But chilly we'll hover in the low and middle forties tonight. We're down to thirty five light rain is likely in our far southern listening area. And then as we move on into tomorrow a little bit of sunshine, making a return a seasonable day with highs in the middle forties. Mid forties again on Friday, but the trade off there will be rain chances reinvading Friday afternoon. It's a quick mover though. That's good news because the upcoming weekend looks fantastic fifty-six mostly sunny on Saturday close to sixty on Sunday. Good stuff there outside right now. It's cloudy and chilly at forty four..

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"descartes" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on Here We Are

"That we create for our society based on what we think about a particular sexual behavior that makes us feel physically right associated with to the same sorts of systems that are used for your your food preferences, and knowing whether that these wrong. Spoiled. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. What do you? What's going on with? Oh, man. I'm just gonna do you have a hard out. Do you need to like we need to? No. Okay. Cool because I have I have I I love when I can just ask people questions that aren't necessarily. You see I don't mean to put you in that position. But it's what I do. I was this biofeedback a lot of more. Like, you gotta listen to your heart. Here. This kind of from, you know, a lot of new agey people talking about listening to information from their heart and everything, but this is. That is there is feedback stuff going on with whether you know, stress responses happening in your hearts pitcher pattering a little bit more. There is some sort of it could also be that we're conditioned to like when you know some singers talking about like getting weak in the knees. Well, I've never experienced getting a week in the knee. Maybe if maybe if we weren't talking about listening to your heart. Maybe if you were like if we were instead raised in a society where you're like, you got to really listen to your fingertips. Everyone. It'd be like, ooh, I'm kind of like, you know, I'm taking going right now when I got it like, I got a bad tingle about this person in the fingertips, you know. And so so there might it might not be necessarily associated with anything any like specific again physiological reality rate, it could be kind of socially conditioned, but it might also have to do with with. How say our heart is is regulating blood flow. And obviously carrying all sorts of hormones around right through our body. But this is the sort of thing that you're talking about with biofeedback, right? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think that that's an unrelated example, what you're saying. But the the idea that are these things that we tend to think of as really mind things even like emotions actually live in our bodies. Right. And that are I mean Descartes did us a huge disservice with the the mind body split, right? I think therefore I am because error. Across so many different. You know, thinking of the gut microbiome work. That's coming out right showing that there's this like crosstalk sounds real interesting. Yeah. Between neurotransmitters, and you know, mental states and what's going on micro by on. I've been like trying to write a better act like create a better life for myself. And like, maybe if I get on this TV show and this TV show at could've just eight avocado. Yeah. Yeah. But that's the sort of thing. The right. Just that you know, exactly that may or maybe if you'd eaten more of a KADO, you'd be more successful at these other things right because it really is this. Yeah. Quick flood for big. Exactly avocados and high chair. But so there's just so many examples, I think keep emerging of the brain. And the body are not separate, you know, we still kind of think of that of like, oh, the brain and the body, but it's it's one system or many complex systems will together, but it's not separate..

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BBC, Erez Border and China discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

BBC, Erez Border and China discussed on Morning Edition

"An, estimated two million Muslims have. Gathered in mecca in Saudi Arabia for the start of the annual hajj pilgrimage the Saudi authorities have expanded and modernized the facilities, with new features like smartphone apps for medical help and Japanese made saving parts

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"descartes" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"But just like any of these practices or any of these things in life that's uncomfortable, but beneficial think about it going for a run on comfortable, but beneficial taking a cold shower like vim, Hof uncomfortable, but beneficial. I mean, you name it. This is the name of the game in terms of self-improvement, especially from a male perspective. So what I'm saying and what we are saying is that this is the same with what we actually feel, and this is actually exponentially more powerful and helpful for us to take on the deepest discomfort, the deepest things that are hurting us. We got when we take those seriously, everything changes, we change people around us change. Like we get on the trajectory. We start floating down the river of where we're supposed to be in what we want, and it it's massive. It's a huge, huge, huge, huge thing. All right. I'm gonna leave it there and I would love to hear thoughts or questions on this. This is something that I'm working on. I'm work. On how to clarify him, working on stories of how to express it better and more clearly. I feel really passionate about this because I think that this is something that this isn't just for men either. This is just a simple human thing and you know, I it, I see it in action all the time with, you know, my primary relationship with my wife. It's like I feel it all the time. Like there's this chain. We have this opportunity to just skip over stuff and kind of keep things as they are or slow down and get really honest. And when we are really honest, everything is better, it's harder in the moment. It's like, are we willing to do the hard thing that will have the bigger benefit in the long run and I, it's just it is like this place. We can always come back to what is true, what's real? What is true? What is real? What do I feel? And we have to start honoring our emotions as as carrying the truth. Right. And I mean, this. Deep. This goes so deep. This is this is almost like cartesian philosophy. We're turning it on its head, which is Descartes said, I think, therefore I am. That makes the thought in the mental aspect primary. I don't think that's helpful anymore. I think that we need to drop in an in an owner and I talked about this and it's more like I feel therefore I am or I experience through multiple levels. Therefore I am. It's not just the, I think like, that's that's part of it, right? But we're at a place now culturally and educational and everything, like just way more going on than just our thoughts. Like, I think we all know that. I really think we do. I mean, you know, you can't meditate for a long time and then just still land on this cartesian dual ISM and say, oh yeah, it's just my thoughts. That's what that's everything. It's like, are you kidding me? That's not true. It's not true. So what we're doing is reorienting back down to a more visceral human like life, body emotion, felt sense base of truth. And from that point, our minds become incredibly incredibly powerful because they help get us where we're going right. And this is a slightly cheesy way to say, but I feel like our hearts, I don't even like using that term, but our hearts figure where to go right or our feelings, our intuition, our bodies, this this sort more of deeper, gut level heart level thing, figures out what we want, where we gotta go, right? That's the, that's the direction setter. Our minds will get us there. They will. They will find they will calculate the shortest direction or the or the most. Probable, probably successful way to get there. They figure it out. And then I think there's a sense of courage. You know, you could almost say like your balls bust through the fear. And again, I don't. I think I'm a little embarrassed using language of your balls, but fuck it, you know, and then you get, you got to get over the hump and take the lead to do it. So I'm gonna leave it there. This is what we practice. This is harder to explain in short couple sentences, but we're working on it because we're not. We're not talking about sitting around just be touchy feely. That's not what we're doing. It's it goes way deeper than that. It's far more effective than that, but it does start was recognizing what we feel that is where it starts..

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"descartes" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Seems to me to be a rather significant sacrifice playing enlightenment in brexit time cop show now shit what's happening hit descartes's going that's okay moving on trees may's wizard plan last week's promise dominic grieve inputs the meaningful vote and then pull the carpet out fun to him as soon as he and his rebels had voted for the government was described as a straightforward double cross it backfired somewhat the lord center fixed to the comments as mentioned and the debating now as we speak pays back to the minimum for former conservative cabinet minister lord hailsham giving the power to vote on the government's position if there's not will buy twenty first of january they calling this grieve to the grieving in let's assuming nothing too dramatic happened one i'm is it even possible at this particular moment in time to say what stay the withdrawal bilas in it's just i just don't make a twitter myself because it will have changed by the time that anyone listen to this there's no point in having not comfort i can't stop warren of my job i tell you i just mike all possible predict toll the muscles scenario the correct one it might be worth going into a little bit of explanation of what it is this being fought and how that it's structured because the one part that they can't take away is that the motion that's reason may brings back which will say this is the general from brussels is amendable and there's nothing they can do to change that because it has content the only things that unamendable in the commons are these things neutral statements now by if it's neutral it's because all it does is say that we have debated this thing it is basically let's say i am talking right now now that must be true by virtue of the fact that is being said and it must be true the things being debated by virtue of the fact that they're voting on the thing that is being debated so on that basis they can make the other ones neutral but not the first one the question about this is if mp's reject that motion when it comes back kinda votes that are later put where the prime minister would go right we're leaving with no deal can those be amended that's where the crunch point is they can't take care of the first vote they can they think take care of those later votes but one word of sort of a vague optimism whichever way the vote goes there is a lot of legislation that needs to be passed in between trees and may come back with emotion and autumn and also leaving in march now in all of that can be amended the trouble is it's so late it could be weeks it could be literally days before this thing happened so there are other vehicles that mp's could use in some really lost gos brig god defense sort of action you wouldn't want to much better to have this going on but it's not as if it's a complete catastrophe if it doesn't work out is it possible that breaks it could be delayed as dominate grief suggested yeah i mean i mean too late by how much would this is the thing what we're talking about is a precondition of that happening but it does not achieve in and of itself because of course the he has to agree to that and not just the notice the commission and its every single member state so we what would what would dealing with is npr is being able to say look you've got no deal either because we voted down because you failed so we demand for an extension either for us to figure out what the hell we're doing or to have some kind of referendum ords stronger about to them negotiate any table i think with oh it's not certain that they would be able to get an extension i do think that they would especially being extension in the case of another referendum i don't think that they'll be an extension and the eu being willing to go back to the negotiating table my hunches at that point they would just be letting come on now fuck off that's enough now so i'm not sure that that part of course will be you know we can only find out if this stuff is secured in the first place certainly there's provision in article fifty to do it.

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"descartes" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on Think Again

"New understand how it got to be that way i suppose people could say they don't want to know about how a cell works because it's just you know takes away the magic of the biologic system well every one of us every day are living better because we do know how a lot of it works right right so same the same i'm sure we'll will occur when we get closer to really trying to understand how neurons generate bind i mean i think one of the things that that frightens people to dig into this little little more or that has frightened people at different times as this idea that somehow figuring out the mechanics of the brain reduces us to machines takes away free will at cetera et cetera but you say you point out that the way consciousness functions it's both bottom up and top down that consciousness can influence the brain let's start with the greeks we'll we'll start to story there the greeks thought that the brain rain body generated the mind and that after you died that was the story that was it and then okay then they fourteen hundred years other ideas volve and pete lots of people felt into this but basically the idea stayed that the brain was largely responsible with other body parts participating but after you dead there was soul or spirit that left the body for an afterlife and then finally you get to descartes where he proposed formal duels that in fact the mind existed outside of the brain and made contact at the brain in a particular gland the piney glen those were the three ideas and.

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"descartes" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Yeah well what do you say well no not exactly he said i work with my dreams and you know you think about coca and the benzine ring the dream of the snake following itself you think of descartes who has three dreams in rome in sixteen nineteen th transform his understanding and and cause him to gain insights that become a whole new form of geometry their endless stories like this and when you talk to you know saint teresa of avila you know she talks about she says it's fascinating you know given that she's a roman catholic nun she says forget about all the rituals forget about the prese go inside sit and listen and open yourself to this hidden part of yourself bomb says i hear the music when i'm in this meditative state i hear the music and i just write it down mozart same thing we over and over when you look at the relationship between creativity spiritual piffling and non local consciousness experiences you see it is the same thing it's all about opening to this aspect of the self that is not limited by space time and not restricted to cockatoo physical conscious conscience and once you realize how to use it what does it do for you oh well does all sorts of things i mean just take meditation you know you go to pubmed and do a google on meditation i mean you know the national institutes of health the national medical library go anybody can do it it's free just go up and do a google on meditation or do a search it's not really a google search the database in their over several thousand papers we know that meditation improves your health it makes you sleep better it improves your sex life it raises your i q you can actually alter your da where's your blood pressure lower your blood pressure.

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"descartes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Can't controlling yeah are they logo would bowl do that no no voles warden that they don't create they they make more runs uh but not they're not mounding like that if his in the fall we probably be talking about uh moles burrowing for the for the winter season and going in the semi her arben eight hibernation but not in the spring alexa let's turn a least in the listeners somebody out there in the country's got a new with these critters arben on guess neither a gopher or a groundhog can i can't think of anything else that a kid push that much dirt he did but a trap out there some sort to catch him probably right and you'd better pain at down because of its is big enough to make that a hold they could it could drag at trap away from hillside thanks to the full thanks for the call all right danny i was looking confused is this someone who you new bill now i didn't knowing by so you've just got it yeah he okay describe and then you were thinking that's what your neighbour have exacerbated saint alka i kind of lost several of them i mean there are five or six or seven of those across the street i pat next step we've got rene hey rene descartes decor in the morning um i i remember hearing you guys say or maybe dick said that that may be one or two most per acre is probably not right because of the last ten years i've gotten well over a hundred moles out of my yard and i can do it i don't put for nothing like that actually they're kind of fun to catch but uh you know people were talked about the runs you can actually see them move so i'm very uh you know all stepping down come back you know ten fifteen minutes later but i'm down wind up them because they're very sensitive to smell 'cause they have no wise so they're smell you have to stay down laura okay you can't get me it it actually looks like a ho but it's got four or you know what time all right go oh you know cut its it looks like a ho ho because it's been down but they're they're like four times you.

"descartes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Budget on a on a regular basis to see whether were spending are dollars the way we say we're spending are dollars are we on budget are we over budget you talk with people about the implementation process you get your department heads in meetings to sit down as if it were the cabinet of a uh an executive operation and you are you are the chief executive of a very important complicated but ultimately public facing enterprise designed to make life better for the people all the people who live in santa fe the scale of taking over a mayor of its mall city but a very important city in a very internationally known nino city of with it you are the great bran and all that you don't want to screw it up the scale of it when you say you did it it it fast company big magazine did it at harvard did it there you also been doing it not do you know get too much to into the weeds here but you've been helping in your role now it's been helping entrepreneurs like me all wolfer liked descartes lab had on a marrjohnson recently from descartes lab incredibly impressive young man and and with a sense of humor but kind of helping out those and looking at their budgets howdy design a plan all of their that helps right it all helps this is you it would be a mistake ever to say that uh you should run a government the way you run a business they're not the same not the same but with similar but knowing how to hire people not look for talent build.

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"descartes" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"I'll be speaking in euros so we brought over hundreds and 50000 yours back and cash have balked at a building site in more so and uh we had to side with the uh before we are gonna build the highest because we had some money which were to be given from my mom fight revealed to has we have decided to throw have undertaken mortgage for hundreds and fifteen has been and just to start off uh being abroad excuse me for someone years and where gone iran and a small business play school and and so we had an open pace cool it yes we're hoping the monthly income from doctors is gonna be on three tasman the mothers the stocks tunnelling mold but my little say the told me what your main question is but my main question is that we are at the moment we haven't opened the business yet and we are and we are running out of money we have only poppy for another month and a half a where she using our emergency funds at the moment and we haven't started business here as in the mortgages eeking out our saving so quickly and they take enough i would say you have already built the property put your hundred and fifteen miles per hour we happen canal used up one hundred fifty thousand gift box by building dikes in the medal out in town in the big it yeah okay so you out the ground they you built the property as the construction now no no we we've actually uh if no there's nothing i'm the building site this compound when need binding the bills all we were hoping are gonna start and playing next year and how are you planning to it to eat until then uh we we actually brought them some extra money we we had like ten thousand spare and have we are uh i'll be down three the all but we are getting um allen system children the flow and we have three kids and that's enough to get this going um four probably not just human few months so i guess is you can't get the building up and going and get the daycare gets up in moving they're probably a different direction it noted descartes we got in a parking lot at alliance.

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"descartes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The phone number here is four to four twelve sixty now there is a company that does scientific work this started a few years ago here in santa fe they are growing exponentially geometrically well maybe not zeo cofounder of descartes lab joins us now mark abdel good afternoon i'm doing act linda thought a growing geometrically terrifies maitha let's keep it up let's keep it act and actually all right uh it it just the right clip let's say fact high a what are you guys do the described decor labs so descartes labs is uh trying to build up to this giant um and effectively what we're doing right now is um we're trying to better understand the planet so we look at huge amounts of satellite imagery um and they need and we try to ask basic questions about uh the planet as a whole um that are really useful to understand so for example how much is growing in argentina how many ships are there in the ocean and where are they going and what are they carrying um are there forest fires in siberia how many us was cut down in uh the amazon and those are the sorts of the questions that we we try to answer with has all the satellite and other sorts of date on it you buy your products uh so we have uh if you are if you're geospatial scientist um you know a lot about satellite um we're the best place in the world to go do that kind of science practically uh in the uh world um we have a lot of questions for businesses so odd people trading in financial markets um insurers and reinsurers um we do a lot of work in agriculture so people actually participating in the supply chain um in some way so those the type of customers that that we have seen and you use satellites are these all governments that lights are are.

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"descartes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And fighters are real in touch with their vulnerability that we some of the best things i've ever read are about the toughest men in the world talking very clearly about doubt and failure and disappointment and the idea that uh you know bravery is not the absence of fear uh but the ability to overcome it let he was quoting rene descartes i was like they're not what i expected from the senator george saintpierrede as he's real philosophical left the sport for walls coming back is as good as anyone to have ever done it really it like being anybody's topfive of riot mixed marshall maher artists of all time i want to explain to sarah this thing that we were talking about sarah spain in with us all showed today you could follow her at sarah spain thank you her name r with an h spain like the country there you go that's what i want that i have to say a thousand times i won't have instead you hit me in the face with joe you know they're saying okay very good i wanna be finding in seven ninety we think that we want to have a committee oversee football professional football the way it overseas college football a k and that's working at well i know but i want get the one explains but we don't although we don't have time in this segment but i want because i want to talk to is to god's about halloween experience he was doing things that were very strong gutsy in in the neighborhood area in terms of a candy dispersal you want explain to people what it is that you were doing while halloween which used to be a very meaningful day for me because when my kids were younger it's a great day dad takes his daughters out trigger treating.

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"descartes" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Damn that's how he's probably jeffrey temblor i know learn how to shut his voices exactly do also and act when he said that i was like oh if that's what you're doing then i niari order i but because i thought this is an are all doing but is this just right so why literally was having a tailspin today because we did we had the table read for the first two episode say and like i just went into a tailspin because i started thinking make okay wha what this is he's in five like how much longer qader show possibly go and like i just love these people so much without probably the last season the the last time i ever gonna do like a seat the episode 1 deal read a magazine and i guess my my with our our never know right gal i got like i've fullon on leg spun out and then i went over boyfriends house and like sir watch game of thrones and like a you know days and then took a nap and he woke up and was still spinning on it and he was like are you going to be okay what's wrong and worried about you know i was like don't worry about me i'm any doubting to descartes zavod but like i now i see that lake i have spinning out and like i need to narusova asia self heart you from the midwest hasn't was here my god oh my god i dear ever that little tiny that that was not that tiny that holding room but like it's it was just weird beauties there have so many different types of b allen there are doing different types of stuff of things yeah and are all all in their heads about what they are about to do yes hoof and i it was but but that happened yang while wishes aude's lau that's an amazing moment i know that's a late i know some trying to internalise it as much as i can because.

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"descartes" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"A scientific revolution started to take place and in that scientific revolution man and his man's perceptions began to be disproved it seemed like the earth stood still or that the earth was at the centre of things it seemed like the sun moved around the earth turned out nope you know it was the earth moving around the sun that was the con purna can revolution near the get that was why the well galileo in the church got into it over this that's not actually entirely wipe it doesn't matter the thing is it was changing where man was the only truth that you could count on was the truth that you could measure was sciences truth and they're the idea was basically that man's perceptions now we're on a reliable and the only real truth was physical truth measurable through the distances between things and the sole got relegated to this kind of ghostly place uh you know this was a dick the cart he was descartes who said the who talked about basically the sole he turned the soul into a ghost in the machine those are not the courts words with it what somebody said and that's what we've been fighting about we fight about whether this ghost in the machine of course there's not a ghost in the machine people before the scientific revolution did not think that's what the sole was they thought the seoul was the nature of being alive it was the very fact of what you were when you were alive and so you could have a soul but it didn't have to be some coast leaving anyway the scientific revolution was so successful that this idea took hold even though it makes no sense and what i've been arguing is that the sense that it doesn't make is now coming to an end the fact that we are now saying things people sitting there going well we don't really exist we have no we have no self we have no free will we haven't you know we're going to soon we're going to learn every piece of machinery that makes every decision forced all these things are untrue and they're going to be disprove but they are being disproved as we speak the very nature reality the very nature of reality.

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"descartes" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"descartes" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Let me step back from the perspective of the materialised there's nothing more real than the atom let's say okay from the perspective of of philosopher of being alternatively there's nothing more real than suffering you develop a different metaphysics starting from those two different perspectives and what do you mean by being in the sense for those little putting myself in the in the shoe's on people you just described as a second ago to them all i think all of a sudden when you shift to philosophy of being it's like okay this is this could mean anything ryuzo let's let's try to nail that down in what's how would you articulated that people who who for whom it doesn't resonate immediately yes while that of course you'd asked me that because that's a very complicated problem being is the railmen which suffering is real now people act as if they're pain is real okay so so now is offering specifically because it's because it's not you can't argue with it is the least it's the least in niable device activities area well so that's it now descartes's you know descartes's great investigation into doubt led him to the conclusion that i think therefore i am and i don't think by think he meant think the way we think he meant more like i'm a the fact that i'm consciously aware is something that i cannot deny that's good that's fine and more power to descartes for taking it to that too that extreme and then producing what he did produce on that but i don't for me when i investigated the structure of doubt the conclusion that i drew was out there is nothing more real than suffering and i would say you can tell what people experience as real and and believe let's say because their actions indicate that and people's actions indicate that they believe in their own pain.

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